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I'm trying to access parts of a string (a real string, not a type c) using dynamic offsets (assign wibble+foo(bar) to <F>) but it won't let me.

I'm sure I'm missing something. The Abap Objects book isn't very clear - it refers to character strings as if they all behave the same, which sadly is clearly not the case.

'tis 4.6C.

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Former Member
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Hi,

there must be functions to work with string.... such as length, substr and so on... (personally never used them... bbut maybe you could try to search for them)

data: aa1 type string.

data: bb1 type string.

field-symbols <f> type string.

aa1 = '1234567890'.

write / aa1+4(1).

bb1 = aa1+4(1).

assign bb1 to <f>.

write / <f>.

Regards,

Satish......

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str2 = str1+off(len)

Thanks

ANUPAM

Former Member
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Hi,

there must be functions to work with string.... such as length, substr and so on... (personally never used them... bbut maybe you could try to search for them)

data: aa1 type string.

data: bb1 type string.

field-symbols <f> type string.

aa1 = '1234567890'.

write / aa1+4(1).

bb1 = aa1+4(1).

assign bb1 to <f>.

write / <f>.

Regards,

Satish......