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Strings.StrConv Method

Returns a string converted as specified.

Namespace: Microsoft.VisualBasic
Assembly: Microsoft.VisualBasic (in microsoft.visualbasic.dll)

'Declaration
Public Shared Function StrConv ( _
	str As String, _
	Conversion As VbStrConv, _
	<OptionalAttribute> Optional LocaleID As Integer = 0 _
) As String
'Usage
Dim str As String
Dim Conversion As VbStrConv
Dim LocaleID As Integer
Dim returnValue As String

returnValue = Strings.StrConv(str, Conversion, LocaleID)
public static String StrConv (
	String str, 
	VbStrConv Conversion, 
	/** @attribute OptionalAttribute() */ int LocaleID
)
public static function StrConv (
	str : String, 
	Conversion : VbStrConv, 
	LocaleID : int
) : String

Parameters

str

Required. String expression to be converted.

Conversion

Required. VbStrConv Enumeration member. The enumeration value specifying the type of conversion to perform.

LocaleID

Optional. The LocaleID value, if different from the system LocaleID value. (The system LocaleID value is the default.)

Return Value

Returns a string converted as specified.

For more detailed information, see the Visual Basic topic StrConv Function.

The constants VbStrConv.Wide, VbStrConv.Narrow, VbStrConv.SimplifiedChinese, VbStrConv.TraditionalChinese, VbStrConv.Katakana, and VbStrConv.Hiragana can cause run-time errors when used in locales where they do not apply, but not always: the constants VbStrConv.Katakana and VbStrConv.Hiragana can be used in a non-Japanese system with the Japanese Language Pack installed. In addition, use of the constants VbStrConv.Wide and VbStrConv.Narrow is supported on any system with an East Asian language installed.

This function uses the application's culture information when manipulating the string so that the case changes are appropriate for the locale in which the application is being used.

Security noteSecurity Note

If your application makes security decisions based on the result of a comparison or case-change operation, then the operation should use the String.Compare method, and pass Ordinal or OrdinalIgnoreCase for the comparisonType argument. For more information, see How Culture Affects Strings in Visual Basic.

The Conversion argument settings are:

Enumeration member

Description

VbStrConv.None

Performs no conversion

VbStrConv.LinguisticCasing

Uses linguistic rules for casing, rather than File System (default). Valid with VbStrConv.UpperCase and VbStrConv.LowerCase only.

VbStrConv.UpperCase

Converts the string to uppercase characters.

VbStrConv.LowerCase

Converts the string to lowercase characters.

VbStrConv.ProperCase

Converts the first letter of every word in string to uppercase.

VbStrConv.Wide *

Converts narrow (half-width) characters in the string to wide (full-width) characters.

VbStrConv.Narrow *

Converts wide (full-width) characters in the string to narrow (half-width) characters.

VbStrConv.Katakana **

Converts Hiragana characters in the string to Katakana characters.

VbStrConv.Hiragana **

Converts Katakana characters in the string to Hiragana characters.

VbStrConv.SimplifiedChinese *

Converts Traditional Chinese characters to Simplified Chinese.

VbStrConv.TraditionalChinese *

Converts Simplified Chinese characters to Traditional Chinese.

*   Applies to Asian locales.

**   Applies to Japan only.

NoteNote

These constants are specified in the .NET Framework common language runtime. As a result, they can be used anywhere in your code in place of the actual values. Most can be combined (for example, UpperCase + Wide), except when they are mutually exclusive (for example, VbStrConv.Wide + VbStrConv.Narrow).

The following are valid word separators for proper casing: Null (Chr$(0)), horizontal tab (Chr$(9)), line feed (Chr$(10)), vertical tab (Chr$(11)), form feed (Chr$(12)), carriage return (Chr$(13)), space (single-byte character set) (Chr$(32)). The actual value for a space, which can be full or half width, varies by country/region for East Asian cultures.

This example converts text into all lowercase letters.

Dim sText As String = "Hello World"
' Returns "hello world".
Dim sNewText As String = StrConv(sText, VbStrConv.LowerCase)

Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows CE, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, Windows Mobile for Smartphone, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

The .NET Framework does not support all versions of every platform. For a list of the supported versions, see System Requirements.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

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