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Topic: string. Format and concrete parameters

I potter with one, widely known in narrow circles, Description SQL of type is set by a piece in two lines - format and params. An example: format = "NUMERIC ({0}, {1})"; params = "precision, scale"; In params it is underlined as it is necessary to interpret positional arguments from format. Formation of a resultant line is carried out through string. Format. I look at this business in Old Russian melancholy and I think - and why not to involve only format? Without params. format = "NUMERIC ({precision}, {scale})" do not prompt - can in FW all the same there is for this purpose a support? Or  it is necessary most to saw?

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Re: string. Format and concrete parameters

Hello, Kovalenko Dmitry, you wrote: [Skip] > do not prompt - can in FW all the same there is for this purpose a support? Or  it is necessary most to saw? Too searched, eventually itself  as it was necessary to support and  parameters and option parameters. Here expression also there is a format. Function is cut and valueProvider the correct is given.  following records {value} {value, ', '} - if at you value it is a lot of these {value?} -  {value?} _ {value?} - if value is not present there will be a blank line if there is that in between delivers a gap.

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Re: string. Format and concrete parameters

Hello, Kovalenko Dmitry, you wrote: > I look at this business in Old Russian melancholy and I think - and why not to involve only format? Without params. > > format = "NUMERIC ({precision}, {scale})" > That that probably did not like the task, is after all already https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet … ed-strings