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I have a string like this

strSearchData = "This is $!$text$!$. Here is some more $!$text$!$ for you to read."

Next I have an array

myArray(0) = "<B>"
myArray(1) = "</B">"
myArray(2) = "<I>"
myArray(3) = "</I>"


What I need to do is replace the first instance of $!$ in strSearchData with the value of myArrya(0)
Then I want to replace the second instance of $!$ with the value of myArray(1)
Replace the third instance of $1$ with the value of myArray(2)
and so on.
How do I do this.
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Question by:CUTTHEMUSIC
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by:Hans Langer
ID: 12307840
HI,
you want to do this just for this phrase  or you need a generic code ?
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by:CUTTHEMUSIC
ID: 12307926
I need code that searches a string for $!$ and replaces it with the corresponding array value. The $!$ is not always around the word "text" it could be around any word.
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by:Hans Langer
ID: 12307982
you mean,
This is $!$text$!$. Here is some more $!$text$!$ for you to read
must result:
This is <b>text</b>. Here is some more <i>text</i> for you to read ??

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wguerram earned 500 total points
ID: 12307990
Try this:

Dim strSearchData = "This is $!$text$!$. Here is some more $!$text$!$ for you to read."        
        Dim myArray(3) As String

        myArray(0) = "<B>"
        myArray(1) = "</B>"
        myArray(2) = "<I>"
        myArray(3) = "</I>"

        Dim i As Integer
        For i = 0 To myArray.Length - 1
            strSearchData = Replace(strSearchData, "$!$", myArray(i), , 1)
        Next

        MsgBox(strSearchData)
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by:CUTTHEMUSIC
ID: 12308040
Gerente
That is the correct result.
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by:Hans Langer
ID: 12308084
Ok, Then, you can try  the code of wguerram.
GL
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by:CUTTHEMUSIC
ID: 12308119
mguerram
Your code ouputs this

This is <b>text</b>$!$. Here is some more $!$<b>text</b>$!$ for you to read
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by:Hans Langer
ID: 12308172
Its work fine for me.
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by:wguerram
ID: 12308180
It's weird i just copy and paste it form my program and the output is:

This is <b>text</b>. Here is some more <b>text</b> for you to read

Copy your code exactly as you have it your program to take a look at it.
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by:CUTTHEMUSIC
ID: 12308213
Sorry, I had a typo when I integrated it with my code.
Thanks for the help.
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by:wguerram
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You're welcome
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