This function starts with lowercase letter.
Compares two strings to see if they are the same.
|string1||The first string to compare.|
|string2||The second string to compare.|
|ignorecase (optional)||When set to true, the case doesn't matter - HeLLo is the same as Hello. When false, they're not the same.|
|length (optional)||When this length is set, the first x chars will be compared - doing "Hello" and "Hell No" with a length of 4 will say it's the same string.|
0 if strings match each other on given length;1 o r -1 if some character do not match: string1[i] - string2[i] ('i' represents character index starting from 0);difference in number of characters if one string matches only part of another string.
This function returns 0 if either string is empty. Check for null strings with isnull(). If you compare strings from a text file, you should take in to account the 'carriage return' and 'new line' special characters (\r \n), as they are included, when using fread.
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- strdel: Delete part of a string.
- strins: Insert text into a string.
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- strmid: Extract part of a string into another string.
- strpack: Pack a string into a destination string.
- strval: Convert a string into an integer.
- strcat: Concatenate two strings into a destination reference.