StrTran()

StrTran()

Translate substring value with a main string

Syntax

      StrTran( <cString>,  <cLocString>,  [<cRepString>],  
               [<nPos>], [<nOccurrences>] ) --> cReturn

Arguments

<cString> The main string to search

<cLocString> The string to locate in the main string

<cRepString> The string to replace the <cLocString>

<nPos> The first occurrence to be replaced

<nOccurrences> Number of occurrence to replace

Returns

<cReturn> Formated string

Description

This function searches for any occurrence of <cLocString> in <cString> and replaces it with <cRepString>. If <cRepString> is not specified, a NULL byte will replace <cLocString>.

If <nPos> is used, its value defines the first occurrence to be replaced. The default value is 1. Additionally, if used, the value of <nOccurrences> tell the function how many occurrences of <cLocString> in <cString> are to the replaced. The default of <nOccurrences> is all occurrences.

Examples

      ? StrTran( "Harbour  Power",  "  ",  " " )   // Harbour Power
      // Harbour Power The future  of  xBase
      ? StrTran( "Harbour  Power  The Future  of  xBase",  "  ",  " " ,  ,  2 )

Compliance

Clipper

Platforms

All(64K)

Files

Libraty is rtl

Seealso

SubStr(), At()

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