[Gambas-user] How to manage filenames whit invalid characters in gambas.
bsteers4 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 00:07:39 CET 2023
On Wed, 15 Feb 2023, 21:22 Bruce Steers, <bsteers4 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Feb 2023 at 21:06, Martin <mbelmonte at belmotek.net> wrote:
>> El 15/2/23 a las 16:50, T Lee Davidson escribió:
>> > I am not aware of any. System issues like that can be handled in a
>> > relatively easily.
>> ok, indeed I use a bash script, but I want to know if there, in Gambas,
>> are something to do that.
> Well no , because they are not "invalid" characters.
> you could write something pretty easily using Replace and Move
> the odd chars seem to be where the dot should be.
> for any 3 letter extension something like this should do the trick...
> If sFile[sFile.Len-4]<>"." then Move sFile to Replace(sFile,
> sFile[sFile.Len-4], ".")
Are they non utf-8 chars? you may need to use String.Replace() as the
String. Methods handle non utf-8.
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