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how to include double quote in string

  Asked By: Ella    Date: Sep 17    Category: MS Office    Views: 1245
  

I need to compare two strings, and the strings contain double quotes.
How do I made the below codes work?

mystr = "=========I Love "VBA"=========="
newstr = "-----------love "VBA"----------"

if strcomp(mystr, newstr) <> 0 then
newstr = mystr
end if

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8 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Isabelle Brown     Answered On: Sep 17

Two ways come to mind:
1) You can use double  double quotes, as follows: mystr = "=========I
Love ""VBA""===============" - although I might have the format
incorrect, the idea is correct.
2) Programmatically find and replace all "VBA" with _VBA_, do your
comparison, and replace _VBA_ with "VBA" before reporting. May sound
long-winded, but for me at least, much easier than the first.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Nagaraju Iyaner     Answered On: Sep 17

I knew the double  double quotes  way...however, somehow, it doesn't
work for string  that contants _ inside the double code, such
as "ABC_abc"...I bet I have to recheck my code to see what the real
problem is...If I can't find the problem, then I will try your second
method.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Tyrone Sanchez     Answered On: Sep 17

I needed VBA code to return the column number of a cell with a string.
Like, If I have entered "First assign time" in A1, the code has to return the
column number as 1.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Jonathan Brown     Answered On: Sep 17

Hope this is what you are looking for.
Range("A1").Column

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Husani Chalthoum     Answered On: Sep 17

But, can't we search it based on the string  itself?
Like Range("Find the assign time").column.?
I tried this method, but it did not work.
The string might be anywhere in the worksheet and code has to return just the
column number.

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Jared Adams     Answered On: Sep 17

Yes we can do, but when you are naming a cell or range it should not contain
any space in between.
Use Range("Find_Assign_Time").Column will return column number of the first
cell of the defined table.

 
Answer #7    Answered By: Tarrant Thompson     Answered On: Sep 17

Function WhichColumn(myStr)
Application.Volatile 'can remove if not using
'this function as a worksheet function
Set dd = Cells.Find(What:=myStr, After:=Cells(Cells.Rows.Count, _
Cells.Columns.Count), LookIn:=xlValues, LookAt:=xlPart, _
SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, _
MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False)
If Not dd Is Nothing Then WhichColumn = _
dd.Column Else WhichColumn = "Not found"
End Function

Use in a worksheet formula thus:

=WhichColumn("First assign time")

and in vba  code thus:

x = WhichColumn("First assign time")

or

y = "First Assign time"
x= WhichColumn(y)

 
Answer #8    Answered By: Janelle Evans     Answered On: Sep 17

Not
a named range, but to search for the string  inside the cell, is that right?

 
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