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  1. 1. CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN STRINGS In this chapter we are going to learn about strings creation and manipulation. 27.1 String Literals Syntax: cStr = "This is a string" cStr2 = 'Another string' cStr3 = :JustAnotherString cStr4 = `Yet "another" 'string' ! ` 27.2 Get String Length We can get the string length (letters count inside a string) using the len() function Syntax: len(string) ---> string length Example: cStr = "How are you?" see cStr + nl see "String size : " + len(cStr) + nl 27.3 Convert Letters Case Syntax: lower(string) ---> convert string letters to lower case upper(string) ---> convert string letters to UPPER case Example: cStr = "Welcome To The Ring Programming Language" see cStr + nl + upper(cStr) + nl + lower(cStr) 195
  2. 2. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 27.4 Access String Letters We can access a letter inside a string by the letter index Syntax: string[index] ---> get string letter string[index] = letter # set string letter Example: # print user name letter by letter (each letter in new line) See "Hello, Enter your name : " give cName for x = 1 to len(cName) see nl + cName[x] next We can use for in to get string letters. Example: # print user name letter by letter (each letter in new line) See "Hello, Enter your name : " give cName for x in cName see nl + x next We can modify the string letters Example: # convert the first letter to UPPER case See "Enter your name : " give cName cName[1] = upper(cName[1]) see "Hello " + cName 27.5 Left() Function We can get a specified number of characters from a string using the Left() function. The starting position is 1. Syntax: Left(string,count) Example: see left("Hello World!",5) # print Hello 27.6 Right() Function We can get a specified number of characters from a string using the Right() function. 27.4. Access String Letters 196
  3. 3. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 The starting position is the last character on the right. Syntax: Right(string,count) Example: see Right("Hello World!",6) # print World! 27.7 Trim() Function We can remove all leading and trailing spaces from a string using the Trim() function. Syntax: trim(string) Example: cMsg = " Welcome " see trim(cMsg) # print Welcome 27.8 Copy() Function We can duplicate a string more than one time using the copy() function. Syntax: copy(string,nCount) ---> string replicated nCount times Example see copy("***hello***",3) # print ***hello******hello******hello*** 27.9 Lines() Function We can count the number of lines inside a string using the Lines() function. Syntax: lines(string) ---> Number of lines inside the string Example: cStr = "Hello How are you? are you fine?" see lines(cStr) # print 3 27.7. Trim() Function 197
  4. 4. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 27.10 Substr() Function We can work on sub strings inside a string using the substr() function. Using Substr() we can • Find substring • Get substring from position to end • Get Number of characters from position • Transform Substring To Another Substring 27.11 Find substring Syntax: substr(string,substring) ---> the starting position of substring in string Example: cStr = "Welcome to the Ring programming language" see substr(cStr,"Ring") # print 16 27.12 Get substring from position to end Syntax: substr(string,position) ---> Get substring starting from position to end Example: cStr = "Welcome to the Ring programming language" nPos = substr(cStr,"Ring") # nPos = 16 see substr(cStr,nPos) # print Ring programming language 27.13 Get Number of Characters From Position Syntax: substr(string,position,count) ---> Get characters starting from position Example: cStr = "Welcome to the Ring programming language" nPos = substr(cStr,"Ring") # nPos = 16 see substr(cStr,nPos,4) # print Ring 27.14 Transform Substring To Another Substring Syntax: 27.10. Substr() Function 198
  5. 5. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 substr(string,substring,newsubstring) ---> Transformed string (Match case) substr(string,substring,newsubstring,1) ---> Transformed string (Ignore case) Example: cStr = "Welcome to the New programming language" see substr(cStr,"New","Ring") + nl # print Welcome to the Ring programming language see substr(cStr,"new","Ring",1)+ nl # print Welcome to the Ring programming language 27.15 strcmp() Function We can compare between two strings using the strcmp() function. Syntax: strcmp(cString1,cString2) ---> value = 0 if cString1 = cString2 value < 0 if cString1 < cString2 value > 0 if cString1 > cString2 Example: see strcmp("hello","hello") + nl + strcmp("abc","bcd") + nl + strcmp("bcd","abc") + nl Output: 0 -1 1 27.16 str2list() and list2str() Functions We can convert string lines to list items using the str2list() function. Also we can convert the list to a string using list2str() function. Syntax: str2list(string) ---> list contains the string lines list2str(list) ---> string contains the list items Example: /* output: ** Items : 4 ** Item : Hello ** Item : How are you ? ** Item : are you fine ? ** Item : ok ** list2Str result = Hello ** How are you ? ** are you fine ? ** ok ** Done */ 27.15. strcmp() Function 199
  6. 6. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 mystr = "Hello How are you ? are you fine ? ok" mylist = str2list(mystr) see "Items : " + len(mylist) + nl for x in mylist see "Item : " + x + nl next newstr = list2str(mylist) see "list2Str result = " + newstr if mystr = newstr see nl + "Done" else see nl + "Error!" ok 27.16. str2list() and list2str() Functions 200
  7. 7. CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT DATE AND TIME In this chapter we are going to learn about the date and time functions. 28.1 Clock() Function Syntax: Clock() ---> The number of clock ticks from program start Example: See "Calculate performance" + nl t1 = clock() for x = 1 to 1000000 next see clock() - t1 28.2 ClocksPerSecond() Function Return how many clocks in one second Syntax: clockspersecond() ---> Number of clocks in one second Example: # Wait 1 second t = clock() while clock() - t <= clockspersecond() end 28.3 Time() Function We can get the system time using the Time() function. Example: See "Time : " + time() 201
  8. 8. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 28.4 Date() Function We can get the date using the Date() function. Syntax: Date() ---> String represent the date "dd/mm/yyyy" Example: See "Date : " + date() # Date : 24/05/2015 28.5 TimeList() Function We can print the date and the time information using the TimeList() function. Syntax: TimeList() ---> List contains the time and date information. The next table presents the list items index value 1 abbreviated weekday name 2 full weekday name 3 abbreviated month name 4 full month name 5 Date & Time 6 Day of the month 7 Hour (24) 8 Hour (12) 9 Day of the year 10 Month of the year 11 Minutes after hour 12 AM or PM 13 Seconds after the hour 14 Week of the year (sun-sat) 15 day of the week 16 date 17 time 18 year of the century 19 year 20 time zone 21 percent sign Example: /* Output: ** Sun abbreviated weekday name ** Sunday full weekday name ** May abbreviated month name ** May full month name ** 05/24/15 09:58:38 Date & Time ** 24 Day of the month ** 09 Hour (24) 28.4. Date() Function 202
  9. 9. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 ** 09 Hour (12) ** 144 Day of the year ** 05 Month of the year ** 58 Minutes after hour ** AM AM or PM ** 38 Seconds after the hour ** 21 Week of the year (sun-sat) ** 0 day of the week ** 05/24/15 date ** 09:58:38 time ** 15 year of the century ** 2015 year ** Arab Standard Time time zone ** % percent sign */ See TimeList() Example: See "Day Name : " + TimeList()[2] # Sunday Example: See "Month Name : " + TimeList()[4] # May 28.6 AddDays() Function Syntax: AddDays(cDate,nDays) ---> Date from cDate and after nDays Example: cDate = date() see cDate + nl # 24/05/2015 cDate = adddays(cDate,10) see cDate + nl # 03/06/2015 28.7 DiffDays() Function Syntax: DiffDays(cDate1,cDate2) ---> number of days (Date1 - Date2) Example: cDate1 = date() see cDate1 + nl # 24/05/2015 cDate2 = adddays(cDate1,10) see cDate2 + nl # 03/06/2015 see "DiffDays = " + diffdays(cDate1,cDate2) + nl # -10 see "DiffDays = " + diffdays(cDate2,cDate1) + nl # 10 28.6. AddDays() Function 203
  10. 10. Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.3 28.8 EpochTime() Function Syntax: EpochTime( cDate, cTime ) ---> Epoch Seconds Example: ###------------------------------------------------------------- # EpochTime() # Example --- EpochSec = EpochTime( Date(), Time() ) # Call Format: EpochSec = EpochTime( "15/07/2016", "10:15:30" ) # EpochSec = 1468577730 #--------------------------------------------------------------- Func EpochTime(Date, Time) arrayDate = split(Date, "/") arrayTime = split(Time, ":") Year = arrayDate[3] ; Month = arrayDate[2] ; Day = arrayDate[1] Hour = arrayTime[1] ; Minute = arrayTime[2] ; Second = arrayTime[3] cDate1 = Day +"/"+ Month +"/"+ Year cDate2 = "01/01/" + Year DayOfYear = DiffDays( cDate1, cDate2) ### Formula tm_sec = Second * 1 tm_min = Minute * 60 tm_hour = Hour * 3600 tm_yday = DayOfYear * 86400 tm_year = Year - 1900 tm_year1 = ( tm_year - 70) * 31536000 tm_year2 = ( floor(( tm_year - 69) / 4 )) * 86400 tm_year3 = ( floor(( tm_year - 1) / 100 )) * 86400 tm_year4 = ( floor(( tm_year + 299) / 400 )) * 86400 ### Result EpochSec = tm_sec + tm_min + tm_hour + tm_yday + tm_year1 + tm_year2 - tm_year3 + tm_year4 return EpochSec 28.8. EpochTime() Function 204

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