Returns a string after removing the spaces:
- from the left and right side of the initial string.
- within the string.
NoSpace(" 3.75 Euros ") // Returns "3.75 Euros"
NoSpace("Abra ca da bra", sscInside) // Returns "Abracadabra"
<Result> = NoSpace(<Initial string> [, <Position>])
<Result>: Character string
String without spaces.
<Initial string>: Character string
Initial string from which the leading and trailing spaces will be removed. This character string is not modified.
<Position>: Integer constant
Position of the spaces to be removed. This position can correspond to one of the following constants:
|sscAll||Removes all spaces from the initial string. |
Equivalent to sscRight + sscLeft + sscInside.
|sscInside||Removes spaces within the initial string.|
|sscLeft||Removes spaces from the left side of the initial string.|
|Removes spaces from both sides of the initial string. |
Equivalent to sscRight + sscLeft.
|sscRight||Removes spaces from the right side of the initial string.|New in version 28
- Left can also be used to remove spaces from the right side of the string.
- Right can also be used to remove spaces from the left side of the string.
- Non-breaking spaces: Non-breaking spaces (ESP constant or <160> character) are not removed by NoSpace. To remove them, use NoRightCharacter with the ESP constant.
If the string passed as a parameter is an ANSI string, the result will be an ANSI string.
If the string passed as a parameter is a UNICODE string, the result will be a UNICODE string.
Remark: If the result of NoSpace on an ANSI string is assigned to a UNICODE string (and vice versa), the conversion will be implicitly performed.
Business / UI classification: Neutral code