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I want to search in a string1 for the existance of another string2 and want to check the character on the right of string2

Posted on 2011-03-15
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I want to check wether the character on the right of string2 equals " " or ";"  (space or semicolon)

eg. Srting1=blabla Hello;
String2=Hello

I want to check whether string2 ends with ;
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Question by:itbabe
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OM Gang

Option Explicit

Dim strOne, strTwo, strResult
Dim intPosTwoStart, intPosTwoEnd, intTwoLen

strOne = "blabla Hello;"
strTwo = "Hello"

intPosTwoStart = InStr(strOne, strTwo)
intTwoLen = Len(strTwo)
strResult = Mid(strOne, intPosTwoStart + intTwoLen)

WScript.Echo strResult
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by:omgang
omgang earned 250 total points
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If desirable you could modify the output a bit

Option Explicit

Dim strOne, strTwo, strResult
Dim intPosTwoStart, intPosTwoEnd, intTwoLen

strOne = "blabla Hello;"
strTwo = "Hello"

intPosTwoStart = InStr(strOne, strTwo)
intTwoLen = Len(strTwo)
strResult = Mid(strOne, intPosTwoStart + intTwoLen)

If strResult = " " Then strResult = "space"
WScript.Echo strResult

OM Gang
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by:RobSampson
RobSampson earned 250 total points
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Just like this.

blnFound = False
String2=Hello
If Right(String2, 1) = " " Or Right(String2, 1) = ";" Then blnFound = True
MsgBox blnFound

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Regards,

Rob.
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by:RobSampson
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ID: 35143618
Line 2 should be
String2="Hello"

Rob.
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