Insert delimiter string into input string at regular positions
Note: Many $functions have been deprecated in favor of Object Oriented methods. The OO equivalent for the $Delimr function is the Insert function.
This function inserts a delimiter string into an input string at regular positions. The $Delimr function accepts three arguments and returns a string result that is made up of the first argument string and the delimiters.
The first argument is an arbitrary string.
The second argument is a delimiter string that is truncated at two characters if longer.
The third argument is a number that indicates the intervals at which to insert the delimiter string. If this argument is omitted, the delimiter string is not inserted.
%STRING = $Delimr(string, delim, interval)
%STRING is made up of the first argument string and delim.
%JUNK = $Delimr('070476', '/', 2)
would set %JUNK to 07/04/76 and
%JUNK = $Delimr('ABCDEFG', ' ', 1)
would set %JUNK to A B C D E F G.