VBScript for Automation (QTP/UFT) Testing – Part 4

In VBScript – Part 4, let’s see the following topics:

String Functions
Date & Time

vbscript - part 4

STRING FUNCTIONS:

Let’s see the syntax and example of some of the important String Functions:

UCase:

Converts a specified string to uppercase

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Lcase:

Converts a specified string to lowercase

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Len:

Returns the number of characters of a string

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Replace:

Replaces a specified part of a string with another string a specified number of times

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Space:

Returns a string that consists of a specified number of spaces

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Left:

Returns a specified number of characters from the left side of a string

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Right:

Returns a specified number of characters from the right side of a string

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Mid:

Returns a specified number of characters from a string

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Trim:

Removes spaces on both the left and the right side of a string

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LTrim:

Removes spaces on the left side of a string

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RTrim:

Removes spaces on the right side of a string

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StrReverse:

It reverses a string

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InStr:

Returns the position of the first occurrence of one string within another

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InStrRev:

Returns the position of the first occurrence of one string within another. The search begins at the last character of the string

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StrComp:

Compares two strings and returns a value that represents the result of the comparison

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Split:

It returns an array that contains a specific number of values split based on a delimiter

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DATE & TIME FUNCTIONS:

Let’s see the syntax and example of some of the important Date & Time Functions:

Now:

Returns the current system date and time

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Date:

Returns the current system date

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Time:

Returns the current system time

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DateAdd:

Returns a date to which a specified time interval has been added

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DateDiff:

Returns the number of intervals between two specified dates

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DatePart:

Returns the specified part of a given date

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Day:

Returns a number that represents the day of the month

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Month:

Returns a number that represents the month of the year

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MonthName:

Returns the name of a specified month

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Weekday:

Returns a number that represents the day of the week

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WeekdayName:

Returns the weekday name of a specified day of the week

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Year:

Returns a number that represents the year

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Hour:

Returns a number that represents the hour of the day

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Minute:

Returns a number that represents the minute of the hour

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Second:

Returns a number that represents the second of the minute

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TimeSerial:

Returns the time for a specific hour, minute, and second

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TimeValue:

Returns a time

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I would like to conclude VBScript – Part 4 here and will start VBScript – Part 5 in the next post.

VBScript Series:

VBScript for Automation (QTP/UFT) Testing – Part 1

VBScript for Automation (QTP/UFT) Testing – Part 2

VBScript for Automation (QTP/UFT) Testing – Part 3

VBScript for Automation (QTP/UFT) Testing – Part 4

VBScript for Automation (QTP/UFT) Testing – Part 5

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