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how can this be done?

if $var=D* or L* then

in other words, if $var starts with D or L then ....

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how can this be done?

if $var=D* or L* then

in other words, if $var starts with D or L then ....

If StringLeft($var, 1) = "D" Or StringLeft($var, 1) = "L" Then

If you need it to be Case sensitive then replace the = signs with ==


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how can this be done?

if $var=D* or L* then

in other words, if $var starts with D or L then ....

If StringLeft($var,1) = "D" Then
    MsgBox(0,"","$var starts with a D")
EndIf

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cool tahnks fellas.

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how can this be done?

if $var=D* or L* then

in other words, if $var starts with D or L then ....

If StringRegExp($var, "\A(D|L)", 0) Then
     ConsoleWrite("Match" & @LF)
Else
     ConsoleWrite("No Match, @error = " & @error & @LF)
EndIf

There are many ways, but I wan in a RegExp mood... :)


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If StringRegExp($var, "\A(D|L)", 0) Then
     ConsoleWrite("Match" & @LF)
Else
     ConsoleWrite("No Match, @error = " & @error & @LF)
EndIf

There are many ways, but I wan in a RegExp mood... :)

Actually I fugured Smoke would be along with a RegEx

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