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Language: VB4,VB5,VB6,VBS
Expertise: Intermediate
Apr 1, 2000

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JoinQuoted - A Join variant that encloses string values in quotes

' Join variant that works with arrays of any type
' and that encloses string values between quotes
'
' ARR is the array whose element must be joined
' SEPARATOR is the separator char (default is comma)
' QUOTED is the character used to quote string values
'     use a two-char string (eg "{}") if the openining
'     and closing quote chars are different
'     use a null string to suppress quoting feature

Function JoinQuoted(arr As Variant, Optional ByVal Separator As String = ",", _
    Optional ByVal Quotes As String = """") As String
    Dim res As String
    Dim index As Long
    
    For index = LBound(arr) To UBound(arr)
        If VarType(arr(index)) <> vbString Then
            res = res & Separator & arr(index)
        Else
            ' the following code works correctly if
            ' LEN(Quotes) is 0,1,2
            res = res & Separator & Left$(Quotes, _
                1) & arr(index) & Right$(Quotes, 1)
        End If
    Next
    
    ' drop the first separator
    JoinQuoted = Mid$(res, Len(Separator) + 1)

End Function

Francesco Balena
 
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