Difference between revisions of "Right"

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See also: [[Left]]
 
See also: [[Left]]
 
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<lsl>string value = right("Colour=Brown", "="); //value == "Brown"</lsl>
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<source lang="lsl2">string value = right("Colour=Brown", "="); //value == "Brown"</source>
|spec=<lsl>string right(string src, string divider) {
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|spec=<source lang="lsl2">string right(string src, string divider) {
 
     integer index = llSubStringIndex( src, divider );
 
     integer index = llSubStringIndex( src, divider );
 
     if(~index)
 
     if(~index)
 
         return llDeleteSubString( src, 0, index + llStringLength(divider) - 1);
 
         return llDeleteSubString( src, 0, index + llStringLength(divider) - 1);
 
     return src;
 
     return src;
}</lsl>
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}</source>
 
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|helpers
 
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|also_functions

Latest revision as of 17:45, 24 January 2015

Summary

Function: string right( string src, string divider );

Returns text right of a specified separator
Returns a string that is the text in src that is right of the first occurrence of divider.

• string src
• string divider

If divider is not found then src is returned in it's entirety.

See also: Left

Specification

string right(string src, string divider) {
    integer index = llSubStringIndex( src, divider );
    if(~index)
        return llDeleteSubString( src, 0, index + llStringLength(divider) - 1);
    return src;
}

Examples

string value = right("Colour=Brown", "="); //value == "Brown"