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replace a var in an array

Posted on 2004-08-20
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im looking to replace a word in a array list of something like "#4,#hello,#yellow,#Den,#Charlie,#wow,#menu"

and replace #4 with #4:20

my array list is housed in arglist(1) allready

how do i do that please

thanks ever so much
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Hi Pern

I hope this is what you are after

' value to find
str_Search = "#4"

' value to replace search string with
str_Replace = "#4:20"

' populate array
arglist = Array("#4", "#hello", "#yellow", "#Den", "#Charlie", "#wow", "#menu")

' for each item in the array
For i = LBound(arglist) To UBound(arglist)
  ' if the search string is found then replace it
  If arglist(i) = str_Search Then arglist(i) = str_Replace
Next

Regards

Scott
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by:Johnny
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one million percent perfect thx  Colosseo

heres your points
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Hi Pern

one million percent perfect sounds good too me :)

Glad your happy and thanks for the grade!

Scott
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