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* Can be used in any string value using the + concatenation operator.
 
* Can be used in any string value using the + concatenation operator.
 
* Semicolons or + can be used in a screen [[PRINT]] or [[PRINT (file statement)]].
 
* Semicolons or + can be used in a screen [[PRINT]] or [[PRINT (file statement)]].
* Spaces are often used to erase previous PRINTs from the screen.
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* Spaces are often used to erase previous text PRINTs from the screen.
  
  

Revision as of 20:52, 12 September 2009

The SPACE$ function is used to insert a specified INTEGER number of spaces into a STRING value or variable.


Syntax: SPACE$(number_of_spaces%)


  • Can be used in any string value using the + concatenation operator.
  • Semicolons or + can be used in a screen PRINT or PRINT (file statement).
  • Spaces are often used to erase previous text PRINTs from the screen.



See also: STRING$, SPC



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