IsAlpha()

ISALPHA()

Checks if leftmost character in a string is an alphabetic character

Syntax

      ISALPHA( <cString> ) --> lAlpha

Arguments

<cString> Any character string

Returns

lAlpha Logical true (.T.) or false (.F.).

Description

This function return a logical true (.T.) if the first character in <cString> is an alphabetic character. If not, the function will return a logical false (.F.).

Examples

      ? 'isalpha( "hello" ) = ', isalpha( "hello" )
      ? 'isalpha( "12345" ) = ', isalpha( "12345" )

Compliance

Clipper

Platforms

All

Files

Library is rtl

Seealso

ISDIGIT(), ISLOWER(), ISUPPER(), LOWER(), UPPER()

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