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Split Function to display entire Array

Posted on 2012-04-05
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I have a string that is delimited by the char "*", I would like to populate an array using the split function and display the entire array vertically within a different section of my report. This is what I have done thus far.

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Shared StringVar Array aryDesc;
aryDesc := split({Somefield.text}, "*")

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How do I display the entire contents ?
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Question by:mowit
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Shared StringVar Array aryDesc;
Local stringvar result:="";
aryDesc := split({Somefield.text}, "*")
result:=join(aryDesc, Chr(10));
result

make sure the Can Grow property is set.
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by:mowit
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Is there a way to limit the number of results per page ?
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by:mlmcc
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Not with that method.

How many do you want displayed on a page?

mlmcc
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