Articles Written by Konstantin Komissarchik

Removing Characters and Strings from a String (VB6)

Learn how to wrap the VB6 Replace command to remove any characters from a string, eg. StripOut("abcdefg", "bdf") This will return a string that had all of its 'b', 'd', and 'f' characters removed. (Added: 12-May-1999)

Standard Name Formatting Routine

Discover a standard routine for formatting a name in a string'—useful for formatting fields from databases (such as ForeName, Surname, Initial etc). (Added: 12-May-1999)

Improved Mid$ Statement

Learn how to wrap the VB Mid$ statement into an error free piece of code. Negative values are automatically checked and handled. (Added: 12-May-1999)

Improved Trim$ Statement

Learn how to wrap the VB Trim$ statement to trim all the whitespace in a string (or any other character that you want). (Added: 12-May-1999)

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