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Truncate a String in VBScript

Okay this is a very simple question and I'm embarressed that I don't know it. I know it in C++ and such but for some reason I can't remember the syntax for VBScript. I want to truncate a string based on a character. For example...


What I want is to remove the ? and everything after it.

Replace doesn't work because I need it to do it regardless of what character it is.
Aug 23 '06 #1
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Nevermind I found it on another site just now. In case anyone else needs to know it's Left

MyString = Left(MyString,number)

So based on this the following would work.

MyString = "http://www.frogs.com?place=egypt"
number = Instr(MyString,"?") - 1

MyString = Left(Mystring,number)

MyString now equals http://www.frogs.com

Aug 23 '06 #2
Expert Mod 2GB
Good job. In the url u forgot the forward slash after frogs.com.

Other than that the code looks good.
Aug 25 '06 #3

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