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The String as Object in Siebel eScript
Strings have both properties and methods, and they are listed in this section. These properties and methods are discussed as if strings were pure objects. Although strings are true objects, they do have instance properties and methods.
In the following pages, stringVar indicates any string variable. A specific instance of a variable should precede the period to use a property or call a method. The exception to this usage is a static method that actually uses the identifier String instead of a variable created as an instance of a string object.