Array.Format(String, String) Method

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Description

Converts the numeric values contained within the calling Array into a string based on the format specifiers given by formatString. The format specifiers are standard C/C++ specifiers as used with the sprintf function. The Format method converts a double precision floating point value to a string; the IFormat method should be used to convert an integer value to a string. Array elements will be delimited using delimiter.

 

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This page describes functionality in nanosecond timing precision mode.

 

Method Signature

Array.Format(

String formatString,


String delimiter)

 

Arguments

formatString


Description:

Format specifier to use when converting the calling Array into a String. The format specifiers are standard C/C++ specifiers as used with the sprintf function.

 

delimiter


Description:

Delimiter to use when converting the calling Array into a String. This argument will be used to delimit elements of the calling Array.

 

 

Return Value

Type:

string

 

Returns a String containing the converted version of the calling Array.

 

Syntax

myString1 = myArray1.Format(myString2, myString3);

 

See also

Array Object

Array.Format

Matrix, Array, and Variable Math Guide