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Extracts the right part (i.e., the last characters) from a string or buffer.
Versions 21 and later
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
New in version 21
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
Example
// Extract characters
Right("The cuckoo", 6)   // Returns "cuckoo"
Right("ABC", 50)   // Returns "ABC"
Right(" AZELMA")   // Returns "AZELMA"

MyString is string = "Antananarivo - Madagascar"
Right(MyString, 10) // Returns "Madagascar"
WINDEVUniversal Windows 10 AppJavaUser code (UMC)
// Extract bytes
MyBuffer is Buffer = "Antananarivo - Madagascar"
Right(MyBuffer, 10)  // Returns "Madagascar"
Syntax

Extracting the right part of a character string Hide the details

<Result> = Right(<Initial string> [, <Length>])
<Result>: Character string
  • Right part of <Initial string>. Corresponds to <Initial string> if <Length> is greater than the length of <Initial string>.
  • EOT if <Length> is negative. A WLanguage error occurs (non-fatal error). To get the details of the error, use ErrorInfo.
<Initial string>: Character string (with quotes)
Character string from which the right part will be extracted. This string is not modified.
<Length>: Optional integer
Number of characters to extract. If this parameter is not specified, <Result> corresponds to <Initial string> without leading spaces.
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Extracting the right part of a buffer Hide the details

<Result> = Right(<Initial buffer> [, <Size>])
<Result>: Buffer
  • Right part of <Initial buffer>. Corresponds to <Initial buffer> if <Size> is greater than the size of <Initial buffer>.
  • EOT if <Size> is negative. A WLanguage error occurs (non-fatal error). To get the details of the error, use ErrorInfo.
  • Invalid buffer if <Initial buffer> contains a UNICODE string.
<Initial buffer>: Buffer
Name of the buffer from which the right part will be extracted. This buffer is not modified.
<Size>: Optional integer
Number of bytes to extract. If this parameter is not specified, <Result> corresponds to <Initial buffer> without leading spaces.
Remarks

Right and UNICODE

If the string passed as a parameter is in ANSI format, the result will be in ANSI format.
If the string passed as a parameter is in UNICODE format, the result will be in UNICODE format.
Reminder: In UNICODE, each character occupies two bytes of memory. Therefore, the memory footprint of a UNICODE string is twice the number of characters actually contained in the string.
The fist character in the string is at index 1.
Remark: If the result on an ANSI string is assigned to a UNICODE string (and conversely), the conversion will be implicitly performed.
See Managing UNICODE for more details.
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