concatenating a string and then executing the string statement using =“concatenated string”


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I'm trying to create a string and then execute it. By this I mean, taking 'A' and '20' concatenating them and then getting the value of A20 in that cell.


Examples:


="A" & "20" -> doesn't work
=(CONCATENATE("A", "20")) -> doesn't work

Is there an execute function in excel?
Example


=EXECUTE("string value")

so then I could create a string it would execute similar to if I typed =string value


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concatenating a string and then executing the string statement using =“concatenated string”
Programming Languages

I'm trying to create a string and then execute it. By this I mean, taking 'A' and '20' concatenating them and then getting the value of A20 in that cell.


Examples:


="A" & "20" -> doesn't work
=(CONCATENATE("A", "20")) -> doesn't work

Is there an execute function in excel?
Example


=EXECUTE("string value")

so then I could create a string it would execute similar to if I typed =string value


String switch in Razor markup with colon in case statement causes error “unterminated string literal”
Programming Languages

When I want to use a colon ":" in my string switch case statement I get the error "unterminated string literal", how can I fix this and why does it give the error?


Code:


@switch (stringText)
{
case "aaaa:ggg":
Do something...
break;
case "bbbb:ggg":
Do something else...
break;
}

If fixed it by doing this but don't find it a good solution:


const string extra = ":ggg";
@switch (stringText)
{
case "aaaa" + extra:
Do something...
break;
case "bbbb" + e
Why should I use string.length == 0 over string == “” when checking for empty string in ECMAScript?
Programming Languages

Most of the developers on my current project use a (to me) strange way to check for empty strings in ECMAScript:


if (theString.length == 0)
// string is empty

I would normally write this instead:


if (theString == "")
// string is empty

The latter version seems more readable and natural to me.


Nobody I asked seemed to be able to explain the advantages of version 1. I guess that at some time in the past somebody told everybody that this is the way to do it, but now that person left and nobody remembers why it should be done this way.


how to convert the string to integer in java if the string is like String str=“ 1234”;?
Programming Languages

how to convert the string to integer in java if the string is like this:


String str=" 1234";

note there is space in the beginning of the string. i tried Integer.parseTnt(str) method. But java shows NumberFormatException. Help me how to do?




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