len(right(number, 3))

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Wed Jan 26 02:00:23 EST 2005


sez ps1 at softseven.org:
>How is this statement wrote in Rev,
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>len(right(number, 3)
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>this in VB will take the number ex:
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>number = "12345678"
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>and cut it down to
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>number = "678"
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>starting at the right and give you the first 3 numbers.
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>I need to do this in Rev.
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>I searched "len" and got
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>put char (length(it) - 3) to (length(it)) of it into myExtension
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>but don't understand what it means.
   Fortunately, it's simpler than that -- you don't need to worry about the 
length() function at all! CHar -1 of a string is *always* its *last* character; 
char -2 of a string, it's next-to-last character; and so on. Like so:

put char -3 to -1 of it into myExtension


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