Thanks Eric for showing me Woody's string.format function. It reminds me of Steve Black's MsgSvc implementation ( which could also be used with a Text type).
I remember when I first saw String.Format in code and I had to take a step back and look again at it. Once you're used to it, it makes wording so much easier. I've seen code using it for building complex web URLs among other purposes.
But look at the date on the post -2010. How many other great functions have been lost inside the MSDN library of VFP posts. It might be great to revisit all of these in separate posts.
String.Format for Visual FoxPro
[Originally Published in FoxRockX, September 2010]----
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