string_char_at

Checks a given string and returns the character at a given position.

Syntax:

GML Code Example

string_char_at(str, index);


Argument Description
str The string to check.
index The position to get the character from.


Returns: String


Description

You can use this function to return a specific character at a specific position within a string, with the index starting at 1 for the first character. If no character is found or the string is shorter than the value given to index, an empty string "" is returned.


Example:

GML Code Example

str1 = "Hello World";
 str2 = string_char_at(str1, 7);

This will set str2 to the seventh character ("H" counting as the 1st) in string str1, in this case "W".


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