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VB 6.0 equivalent to stringbuilder Append Format?

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In VB 6.0 is there a built in function to perform the functionality that is provided in the .NET version of stringbuilder?

stringbuilder sb

sb.AppendFormat(variable{0}, 5}

which would produce the value "variable5"

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Question by:Able22
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lunchbyte earned 150 total points
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debug.print = variable & "5" ?

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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>In VB 6.0 is there a built in function to perform the functionality that is provided in the .NET version of stringbuilder?<<
No.  You can write your own, but it would not come close to the speed of the StringBuilder.

lunchbyte,
You may want to test that...
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by:lojk
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perhaps we are refering to the add method itself...

In which case i had this bite sized chunklet in my library..

Dim t as new cStringBuilder
t.additem( Var1)
t.additem( var2)
msgbox t.getText


public Class cStringBuilder

private iCollection as new collection
Public Sub AddItem (ItemText as string)
icollection.add(Itemtext)
end sub
Public Sub ResetCollection
Icollection=new collection
end sub
public function GetText as string
gettext=MakeStringFromCollection(iCollection)
end function
private function MakeStringFromCollection(MakeStringCollection as collection,optional terminator as string =vbcrlf) as string
dim t as integer
dim tRet as string
for t= 0 to MakeStringCollection.count-1
tret=tret+MakeStringCollection(t) & terminator
next t
MakeStringFromCollection=tRet
end function

end class
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