Count a certain character at the end of a string
CountRight( <cString>, [<cSearch|nSearch>] ) -> nCount
<cString> Designates the character string in which the <cSearch|nSearch> character is Counted.
<cSearch|nSearch> Designates the character at the end of the <cString> that is Counted. The default value is a space, CHR(32).
CountRight() returns the number of <cSearch|nSearch> characters that appear in an uninterrupted sequence at the end of the <cString>.
While RemRight() removes trailing characters from the <cString>, CountRight() only determines the number of trailing <cSearch|nSearch> characters appearing in an uninterrupted sequence at the end of the <cString>.
. Count the blanks: ? CountRight("abc ") // Result: 3 . Count the "." characters: ? CountRight("abc.d..", ".") // Result: 2 . In this example, there are no spaces to Count: ? CountRight("123456") // Result: 0
CountRight() is compatible with CT3’s CountRight().
Source is Count.c, library is libct.