Text Manipulation binding converters perform a variety of operations on text values. Uses include:
- Formatting names such as setting the first letter of each name to uppercase:
john doe --> John Doe
- Adding text before or after text entered by a user
The following image shows an example of how one might use the Text Manipulation converter:
Adds new text before or after the converter input.
Adds new text both before and after the converter input.
For example, with it you can build a URL comprised of an input enclosed between the server address and a file extension.
Gets the item at a specified index from the converter input. Items are identified by the selected separator. For example, by using a space as the separator, you can extract a word from a sentence.
Replaces all instances of specified text with new text.
NOTE: to replace characters like
$ you will need to escape the symbol and set
\ in the
Find what parameter.
Extracts a substring from the original text. For example, extract the first 30 characters from the original text.
Converts the original text to lowercase letters.
Converts the original text to uppercase letters.