LSet Statement

Aligns a string to the left of a string variable, or copies a variable of a user-defined type to another variable of a different user-defined type.

Sintaksa:


LSet Var As String = Text or LSet Var1 = Var2

Parametrat animues

Var: Any String variable that contains the string that you want align to the left.

Text: String that you want to align to the left of the string variable.

Var1: Name of the user-defined type variable that you want to copy to.

Var2: Name of the user-defined type variable that you want to copy from.

If the string is shorter than the string variable, LSet left-aligns the string within the string variable. Any remaining positions in the string variable are replaced by spaces. If the string is longer than the string variable, only the leftmost characters up to the length of the string variable are copied. With the LSet statement, you can also copy a user-defined type variable to another variable of the same type.

Shembull


Sub ExampleRLSet
Dim sVar As String
Dim sExpr As String
    sVar = String(40,"*")
    sExpr = "SBX"
    ' Align "SBX" within the 40-character reference string
    ' Replace asterisks with spaces
    RSet sVar = sExpr
    Print ">"; sVar; "<"
    sVar = String(5,"*")
    sExpr = "123457896"
    RSet sVar = sExpr
    Print ">"; sVar; "<"
    sVar = String(40,"*")
    sExpr = "SBX"
    ' Left-align "SBX" within the 40-character reference string
    LSet sVar = sExpr
    Print ">"; sVar; "<"
    sVar = String(5,"*")
    sExpr = "123456789"
    LSet sVar = sExpr
    Print ">"; sVar; "<"
End Sub

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