CSetAtMuPa()

CSetAtMuPa()

Determine “multi-pass” behaviour in some string functions

Syntax

      CSetAtMuPa( [<lNewSwitch>] ) -> lOldSwitch

Arguments

[<lNewSwitch>] .T. -> turn “multi-pass” on .F. -> turn “multi-pass” off

Returns

lOldSwitch old (if lNewSwitch is a logical value) or current state of the switch

Description

CSetAtMuPa determines how the following CT3 string functions

ATNUM() AFTERATNUM() BEFORATNUM() ATREPL() NUMAT() ATADJUST() WORDTOCHAR() WORDREPL()

perform their work. See the respective function documentation for a further description how the switch influences these functions.

Compliance

This function is fully CT3 compatible.

Platforms

All

Files

Source is ctstr.c, library is ct3.

Seealso

ATNUM(); AFTERATNUM(); BEFORATNUM(); ATREPL(); NUMAT(); ATADJUST(); WORDTOCHAR(); WORDREPL()

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