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how to use a string store in a variable as command in runtime

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Hi everyone :

Is there anybody know how to use a string store in a variable as command ?

Like :
str1='test...'
str2='...test'
str3='left(str1, 5) & Right((str2,3 ) '

How do we get 'test.est' from str3 in runtime.
In short , will it be possible to use a string as command or statement in VB.net ?
Just like '&' prefix in Foxpro.

Any comment will be appreciated.
Nov 21 '05 #1
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"Timothy Wang" <se**************@yahoo.com.tw> schrieb:
Is there anybody know how to use a string store in a variable as command ?


Runtime Compilation (A .NET eval statement)
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