str1 = "one";
str2 = "two";
str3 = "three";
 
comb = Concat Items({str1, str2, str3});
"one two three"
comb = Concat Items({str1, str2, str3}, " : ");
"one : two : three"
del = ",";
comb = Concat Items({str1, str2, str3}, del);
"one,two,three"
Inserts a new item into the source at the given position. If position is not given, item is added to the end.
For an associative array: Adds the key into the source associative array and assigns value to it. If the key exists in source already, its value is overwritten with the new value.
Any value to be placed within source. For an associative array, key might or might not be present in source.
Inserts a new item into the source at the given position in place. The source must be an L-value.
Any value to be placed within source. For an associative array, key might or might not be present in source.
Deletes the n item(s), starting from the indicated position. If n is omitted, the item at position is deleted. If position and n are omitted, the item at the end is removed. For an associative array: Deletes the key and its value.
A copy of the source with the items deleted.
Deletes the n item(s) in place, starting from the indicated position. If n is omitted, the item at position is deleted. If position and n are omitted, the item at the end is removed. For an associative array: Deletes the key and its value. The source must be an L-value.
The original source with the items deleted.
Shifts an item or n items from the front to the back of the source.
Optional. An integer that specifies the number of items to shift. Positive values shift items from the beginning of the source to the end. Negative values shift items from the end of the source to the beginning. The default value is 1.
Optional. An integer that specifies the number of items to shift. Positive values shift items from the beginning of the source to the end. Negative values shift items from the end of the source to the beginning. The default value is 1.
Sort the elements or terms of list or expr in place.
If a string, finds all matches to substring in the source string, and replaces them with the replacementString.
If a list, finds all matches to listItem in the source list, and replaces them with the replacementItem.
If an expression, finds all matches to the findExpr in the sourceExpr, and replaces them with the replacementExpr. Note that all expressions must be enclosed within an Expr() function.
This is a search and replace function, identical to Substitute() except in place. It searches for a specific portion (second argument) of the source (first argument), and replaces it (third argument). The first argument must be an L-value.
If a string, finds all matches to substring in the source string, and replaces them with the replacementString.
If a list, finds all matches to listItem in the source list, and replaces them with the replacementItem.
If an expression, finds all matches to the findExpr in the sourceExpr, and replaces them with the replacementExpr. Note that all expressions must be enclosed within an Expr() function.
Extracts the words from text according to the delimiters given. The default delimiter is space. If you include a second argument, any and all characters in that argument are taken to be delimiters.
Words( "the quick brown fox" );
{"the","quick","brown","fox"}
Words( "Doe, Jane P.",", ." );
{"Doe","Jane","P"}

Help created on 1/2/2019