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InStr is an Access function designed to locate a certain string into another string. The Access sample aims to demonstrate its implementation in a database and potential applications.
You can use it to find out the location of a string searching from left to right or from right to left with just one click. The function can also be configured to determine the location of a specified occurrence by using the VBA programming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Looks for a string within a string. The function starts at a specified starting point and returns the position of the first occurrence of the specified string within the string, and the number of characters between the starting point and the occurrence of the string.
Parameters:
sString: The string to search within.
sChar: The character to search. If sChar is a string that contains a single character, the function searches for the character. For example, if you specify the character “A”, the search is performed from the left to the right, and the first occurrence of “A” will be returned.
vResult: The variable to hold the return value. The function sets vResult equal to the position of the specified character or string within the string to search within. The string’s character count is also returned in vResult.
Return Values:
vResult is a number that indicates the position of the specified string within the string.
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Parameters:
SearchStr: str The string to locate, left and right under the searching position are optional.
StartPos: Int The starting position of the search, left and right can be specified in the form of 1-based index.
EndPos: Int The ending position of the search, left and right can be specified in the form of 1-based index.
If the value of EndPos is less than StartPos, the search will be performed from the start of the string until the specified location (StartPos and EndPos) is reached.
If the value of EndPos is less than StartPos, the search will be performed from the end of the string until the specified location (StartPos and EndPos) is reached.
ReturnType: int The value of the first index in the specified location, if the search string can not be found, the value of -1 will be returned.
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Description:
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Private Sub find()
Dim i, mr As Integer, nm, v, ws As Worksheet
Set ws = Sheets("WM_1")
Dim fr As String
Dim li As Integer
fr = "dfg"
li = InStr Crack Free Download(1, fr, "dg")
MsgBox li

Ws.OLEObjects("Chart").Activate
Worksheets("GvE").Select
Set objTotal = Sheets("GvE").Worksheets("GvE").OLEObjects("Chart")
If objTotal.DataBodyRange.Rows.Count > objTotal.DataBodyRange.Rows.Count Then objTotal.DataBodyRange.Rows.RemoveEnd(xlDown)
Call Replace_FnameAndSuffix(objTotal, "GvE", "ATLGV18-FL")
Set objTotal = objTotal.Chart
If objTotal.DataBodyRange.Rows.Count objTotal.DataBodyRange.Rows.Count Then objTotal.DataBodyRange.Rows.RemoveEnd(xlDown)
Call Replace_FnameAndSuffix(objTotal, "ATLGV18-FL", "")
End Sub
Function Replace_FnameAndSuffix(
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\t The InStr function is used to retrieve a character or text string from a constant or variant string reference. You can use the InStr function to locate a character or string in a constant or variant string. This function locates a string in a constant string.
\t The InStr function can be used to locate a string in a string variable. If the string searched for is longer than the string located, the function returns the result with the length of the total length of the searched and located strings.
\t The InStr function searches the string in the first string reference parameter. If the located string isn't found in the first string, the function returns the value -1. You can locate the first occurrence of the searched string by passing the first string reference parameter and the string to look for as the second parameter. The first string can be a constant string or a string variable.
\t To locate the second occurrence of a string in a variable string, the function can be used with the Second parameter. If the string searched for in the parameter is found and another occurrence of it isn't found, the function returns the value -1. You can locate the second occurrence of the string by combining the first parameter with the second parameter.
\t When the parameter is a string, the location of the last character in the string is always returned. If the parameter isn't a string, the function is used as a strlen function that returns the length of the first string, and the location of the last character in the second string is always returned.
\t You can use the InStr function to find the location of a string string, string variant or constant string in a string, string variant or constant string variable. If the string searched for is a constant string, the location of the string in the parameter with the string type is returned. If the string to look for is a string, the location of the string is returned. If the string searched for is a string, the location of a string is returned.

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2. Find the last character in a string
Code:
Function LastChar(str As String)
LastChar = Left(str, Len(str) - 1)
End Function

First, you need to declare the LastChar function which can be used to find the last character in a string.

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The InStr function finds the first instance of a substring within the string specified.
Implementation Options:
You can find a list of the implementation options to the InStr function at:
Instr example (left to right):

i, j = InStr(strToSearch,"example")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 4

i, j = InStr("golden", "ryle")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 5

i, j = InStr("golden ryle", "ryle")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 8

Instr example (right to left):

i, j = InStr("holiday", "day")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 2

i, j = InStr("holiday day", "day")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 2

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Code snippet:
Option Compare Database
Option Explicit

Sub InStrExample()

Dim i As Long, j As Long

'A string to search
strToSearch = "example"
'An occurrence to locate
i = InStr(strToSearch, "example")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 4
i, j = InStr(strToSearch, "ryle")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 5
i, j = InStr(strToSearch, "ryle")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 8

i, j = InStr("holiday", "day")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 2
i, j = InStr("holiday day", "day")
Debug.Print i, j 'Prints 2, 2

End Sub

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Mac OS X 10.10 and later
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