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Position of "/"...

Posted on 2000-03-16
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Dim sText as String
Dim iPos as Integer

sText = "www.vb.com/support/developers/vb/stringfunctions"

which line of code will assign the position of the last slash(/) to the variable iPos ?

1)iPos = Instr(1,sText,"/",vbCompareReverse)
2)iPos = Instr(-1,sText, "/")
3)iPos = InstrRev(sText, "/")
4)iPos = RevInstr(-1,sText,"/")


Which is true option out of  4 ?

Thanks,
bhavesh
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I think you missed a bit, hes:

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Dim bhavesh55 as A_15W_Light_Bulb
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iPos = Bottom_Of_Class(F-,bhavesh55,"!")
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