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vrf Handling quote marks in a formula box

Question asked by rsb on Nov 8, 2005
>I'm trying to open an Excel file when a button is pushed on the operator panel.
>I need the formula input of a formula box to read as follows xlsFileSpec =
>"c:\tmp\filter.csv" .
>"I'm trying build that command upstream and load it into a formula box.The
>filename will vary,  the directory is always the same.
>How do I build that command so that it includes the quote marks?

escape the quotes or just use double quotes,

as in

path = ""C:\\tmp\\"+"filter.csv""

Stan


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