The PSZ type is included in the X# language and runtime for compatibility only.
In most cases the type can and should be replaced with normal strings. |
If you need to interface with Win32 API functions that expect an ansi string, there is often also an alternative with a unicode string. We recommend to use that alternative when possible.
1? Time24() // 10:37:17 2? Substr3(Time24(), 1, 2) // 10 3? Substr3(Time24(), 4, 2) // 37 4? Substr3(Time24(), 7, 2) // 17
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