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    Strip a set of characters from a string
    Uses "console"
    Dim s,str1,rmv As String
     str1 = "She was a soul stripper. She took my heart!"
     rmv ="aei"
     s = Remove$(str1, Any rmv)
     PrintL s

  2. #2
    Here is the Script BASIC version of this.

    str1 = "She was a soul stripper. She took my heart!"
    rmv = "aei"
    FOR i = 1 TO LEN(rmv)
      str1 = REPLACE(str1, MID(rmv, i, 1), "")
    PRINT str1,"\n"
    jrs@laptop:~/sb/sb22/test$ scriba
    Sh ws  soul strppr. Sh took my hrt!
    Last edited by John Spikowski; 13-01-2015 at 18:21.
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    and since the site are too big, i suggest Eros may create here a new subforum called rosetta code, and the users can post in that forum their possible contributions to different tasks in rosetta code, if the solution approved then it can be posted to rosetta after editing and elaboration.
    the contributions can be accumulated through time only.
    i have noticed that many Basic forums suffer now from low contributions compared to the previous glory days, i wonder if there are some mysterious alien language there hiding below the horizon abducting them from the Basic language.


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    Hi Collin,

    this is not something happening just with BASIC. The world is changing - code projects move to GitHub and similar systems with version support.
    It makes collaboration much easier.

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