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how can i change a string(path) in a Access2 Datei

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how can i change a string in a Access2 Datei with DOS Pascal
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if you already have already loaded the string into a string typed var then to change a part of the string is the same as changing a array.  Pascal treats strings like array of strings [0.. length of string] .  which means you can access a character in the string by doing something like this:  str[4]='K'

So all you would to do is find the part of the string you want to change and then change those chars.  

Note: In pascal str[0] is the length of the string.
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