Function Index

Text Functions

Text functions analyze or manipulate string data and are useful sanitizing string input.

When inputting a string, use quotation marks to indicate it as a string. “This is read as a string”

If you would like to include quotes in your string, you can use a slash \ to indicate the following quote is part of the string. “\”This is a string with quotes\”” will display as “This is a string with quotes”

Combine strings together.
Returns true if a string contains a substring.
Returns true if a string ends with a substring.
Returns the index at which a substring is first found within a given string. If the substring is not found, the result is 0.
Removes leading spaces from a given string.
Returns a substring beginning at the start of a given string.
Returns the number of characters in a string, including spaces.
Converts a given string to lowercase.
Returns a substring defined by offset and length.
Removes trailing spaces from the right side of a given string.
Returns the substring that matches a regular expression within a string.
Returns true if a string matches a regular expression.
Searches a string for a pattern and replaces it.
Searches a string for a substring, and replaces it.
Reverses a string.
Returns a substring terminating at the end of a given string.
Splits the string with the given delimiter and returns the nth part.
Returns true if a string starts with a specified substring.
Alias of Mid. Returns a substring defined by offset and length.
Removes leading and trailing spaces from a given string.
Converts a given string to uppercase.