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Default how to replace a string with another string/number

function setdate(Fdate)
                        Select Case Fdate
                        Case "JAN"
                          validdate = "01"
                        Case "FEB"
                         validdate = "02"
                        Case "MAR"
                         validdate = "03"
                        Case "APR"
                         validdate = "04"
                        Case "MAY"
                         validdate = "05"
                        Case "JUN"
                         validdate = "06"
                         Case "JUL"
                         validdate = "07"
                        Case "AUG"
                         validdate = "08"
                         Case "SEP"
                         validdate = "09"
                        Case "OCT"
                         validdate = "10"
                        Case "NOV"
                         validdate = "11"
                         Case "DEC"
                         validdate = "12"
                        end select
                        setdate = validdate
                        end function


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Use String.Replace("oldvalue","newvalue");


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sorry, that was just a 'tip' a small 'how-to'.
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Cool tip..Put in subject as Tip

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