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The '''SADD''' function returns the address of a [[STRING]] variable as an offset from the current data segment.
The '''SADD''' function returns the address of a [[STRING]] variable as an offset from the current data segment.




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* [[VARSEG]], [[VARPTR]], [[DEF SEG]]


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Revision as of 11:10, 15 October 2010

The SADD function returns the address of a STRING variable as an offset from the current data segment.


Syntax: SADD(stringvariable)


  • The argument may be a simple string variable or a single element of a string array. You may not use fixed-length strings.
  • Use this function carefully because strings can move in the BASIC string space storage area at any time.
  • Adding characters may produce a run-time error. Don't add characters to the ends of parameters.


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