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Should be easy... find last character in a string

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Quick 500 points ... I spent an hour trying to figure this out and need ASAP

All I need to do is find the last character in a string

Example:  Find the last character in the string "Experts" ... should return "S"

Thanks as usual
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#right(mystring,1)#
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:-) perfect!
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