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editing a received value

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Does anyone know how to detect the final character in a variable.
I am trying to pass a path from the registry to a command prompt
however the format of the registry value contains an invalid character
for the batch process I'm trying to run. Does anyone know how I can
detect the value and change it to a valid format.

Jul 6 '07 #1
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Is your question how to change the last character of a string, or how to
detect characters in a string that the command prompt will have difficulties
parsing?

"ja*******@gmail.com" wrote:
Does anyone know how to detect the final character in a variable.
I am trying to pass a path from the registry to a command prompt
however the format of the registry value contains an invalid character
for the batch process I'm trying to run. Does anyone know how I can
detect the value and change it to a valid format.

Jul 7 '07 #2

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