CHARNOT() Complements each character in a string Syntax CHARNOT(<cString>) --> cString Argument <cString> [@] Designates the string that is negated. Returns The processed <cString> is returned. Description This function negates each bit in <cString>. This makes it possible to get a decreasing index sequence. Note . The returned value of this function can be suppressed by implementing CSETREF() to save room in working memory. Example When a character string that has already been negated is negated again, the result is identical to the original: CHARNOT("123ABCabc") // " .. " CHARNOT(" ..") // "123ABCabc"
See Also: CHARAND() CHARXOR() CHAROR() COMPLEMENT() CSETREF()