How does eValid handle string comparisons?
I mean, what does it take for a string to match another string?
Most importantly, how do you handle leading with/or trailing blanks?
Thanks for asking WillyC.
Please check out this page: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... ation.html
The main issue is how does eValid treat blanks.
Inside a string, they are significant.
At the start or end, they are ignored.
As simple as that.
We hope that's helps answer your questions and concerns.
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