That's probably the best solution for the problem - String$ SELECT has always been a half-baked solution in SuperBASIC.
Tobias > Am 21.06.2020 um 13:38 schrieb Bob Spelten via Ql-Users > <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > > Op Sun, 21 Jun 2020 09:46:23 +0200 schreef Norman Dunbar via Ql-Users > <email@example.com>: > >> I have a vague recollection that Simon N Goodwin did something similar, >> maybe, in the DIY Toolkit. >> >> I think it was passed a variable and a list of strings, and returned the >> position of the variable in the list. Something like that. >> >> Maybe useful? >> > That would then be the PICK$ function. > It's on DIY disk 1, sub E, found on Dilwyn's site, where else? > > Bob > > -- > The BSJR QL software site at: "http://home.hccnet.nl/b.spelten/ql/" > > -- > Deze e-mail is gecontroleerd op virussen door AVG. > http://www.avg.com > > _______________________________________________ > QL-Users Mailing List _______________________________________________ QL-Users Mailing List