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help me....i don't know how to use LPAD in ASP

Posted on 2002-04-04
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Does anybody know what is the command use in ASP that is similar like LPAD in ORACLE

for e.g in oracle
SELECT LPAD('Page 1',15,'*.') "LPAD example"
          FROM DUAL


but how to use this LPAD command in ASP

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Question by:fairuznisha
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<%
dim Source
dim Result
Source="Page 1"
if len(Source)<>15 then
   Result = String(15-len(Source),"*") & Source
else
   Result =Source
end if
%>


String function
  Fills a string with a specified character the specified number of times.

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thanks a lot...
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