A few weeks ago I gave someone an answer that included code similar to this:
IF Nospace(MyString) = "TestString"
And Wolfgang Kirsch pointed out the flexible comparison operators in the online help.
So the statement can be written as
IF Mystring ~= "TestString"
I have been trying to use this more as I feel it is a bit cleaner, but I tend to have a lot of <> statments like
IF Nospace(mystring) <> "TestString"
I wasn’t sure how to use the flexible comparisons without using reverse logic for that
IF mystring ~= "TestString" // nothing here ELSE mycode here END
But I found that you can use the NOT operator in combination with the flexible operators so, it can be written as
IF mystring NOT ~= "TestString"
Now, back to your regular schedule program….