- (Concatenation with Trim Operator)
/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Operators/Character Operators/- (Concatenation with Trim Operator) .xml
The Concatenation with Trim operator removes trailing spaces from Operand1 and then appends Operand2 to Operand1. In other words, this operator strips trailing blanks from the first field and then concatenates it with the second field to form a single new character string.
+ Concatenation
/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Operators/Character Operators/+ Concatenation.xml
This operator concatenates (combines) two character strings into a single new character string. Put another way, The concatenation operator appends Operand2 (a character value) to Operand1. If Operand1 is not a character value, it is automatically converted to a character value before the concatenation operation. In the resulting character string, the entire value stored in the first field is positioned before the value from the second field.
TRIM Function
/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/Data Type/Character Functions/Formatting Functions/TRIM Function.xml
Removes trailing blanks from a character string.
Character Addition Functions
/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/Data Type/Character Functions/Addition Functions/index.xml
Functions to paste strings together.
^ (Exponent Operator)
/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Operators/Arithmetic Operators/^ (Exponent Operator) .xml
The ^ (exponent) operator raises Operand1 to the Operand2 power.
:= (Assignment Operator)
/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Operators/Assignment Operator.xml
The := operator assigns a value to a variable. It can be distinguished from the = operator, which can be used to test equality.
** (Exponent Operator)
/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Operators/Arithmetic Operators/Star_Star_ (Exponent Operator) .xml
The ** (exponent) operator raises Operand1 to the Operand2 power.
Button O Directive {@@} Operator
/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/UI Functions/XDialog/Controls/Button/Button O Directive {@@} Operator.xml
The {@@} operator is used in a Button's owner draw (O) directive to specify that the button text contains embedded formatting commands.
= (Equals Operator)
/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Operators/Comparison Operators/(Equals Operator).xml
The Equals operator returns .T. (TRUE) if both Operand1 and Operand2 are of the same type and have the same value, i.e. if the expressions on both sides of the operator are equal.
== (Exactly Matching Operator)
/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Operators/Comparison Operators/(Exactly Matching Operator).xml
The Exactly Matching operator returns .T. (TRUE) if the expressions on both sides of the operator are the same type and are equal.