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Table 123 lists each Clib method that has an equivalent method in Siebel eScript. These methods are redundant because their functionality already exists in Siebel eScript. Where possible, you must use the Siebel eScript method instead of the equivalent Clib method. In some situations the Clib method is preferred and is more consistent in a section of script. For example, when working with a string routine that expects a null string.
The phrase automatic conversion in the Siebel eScript Method column means that Siebel eScript implicitly performs a conversion. For example, when comparing Siebel eScript to the atol Clib method, if the variable that will hold the converted string is of type Number, then Siebel eScript implicitly converts the string from a string to a long integer.
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