STR$


 [Features] A number is made into string representation and returned.

 [Format] STR$(n)

 [e.g.]
    d=128
    a$=str$(d)+" dollar"
    print a$
    128 dollar


  LEN


 [Features] The length of a character string is returned.

 [Format] LEN("string")

 [e.g.]
    print len("ABCDEFG")
     7



  INSTR


 [Features] To return in the how many character"string2" is by "string1", count from the n-th.

 [Format] INSTR([n,]"string1","string2")    (Default n=1)

 [e.g.]
    print instr("abc12def12ghy","12")
     4
    print instr(5,"abc12def12ghy","12")
     9



  MID$    (function)


 [Features] The string of the 'n'-th length'len' is returned in "string".

 [Format] MID$("string",n,len)

 [e.g.]
    print mid$("ABCDEFGH",3,2)
    CD



  MID    (statement)


 [Features] The 'n'-th character length'len' of Character Variable'CharValue$' is replaced by "string".

 [Format] MID$(CharValue$,n,len)="string"

 [e.g.]
    a$="ABCDEFGH"
    mid$(a$,3,2)="12"
    print a$
    AB12EFGH


  LEFT$


 [Features] 'n'characters are returned from the left.

 [Format] LEFT$("string",n)

 [e.g.]
    print left$("ABCDEFGH",4)
    ABCD



  RIGHT$


 [Features] 'n'characters are returned from the right.

 [Format] RIGHT$("string",n)

 [e.g.]
    print right$("ABCDEFGH",4)
    EFGH



  ASC


 [Features] ASCII code is returned.

 [Format] ASC("string")

 [e.g.]
    print asc("a")
    97



  CHR$


 [Features] One character of the specified code is returned.

 [Explanation]
    By using 'PRINT' statement, output is also possible,
     not only a character but control-code.

 [Format] CHR$(n)

 [e.g.]
    print chr$(98)
    b



  STRING$


 [Features] Character "string" of length 'n' is returned.

 [Format] STRING$(n,"string")

 [e.g.]
    print string$(5,"A")
    AAAAA



  SPACE$


 [Features] To return space characters only the specified number.

 [Format] SPACE$(n)

 [e.g.]
    a$="AB"+space$(4)+"CD"
    print a$
    AB    CD


  SPC


 [Features] In the command of character output, it output space characters only the specified number.

 [Format] SPC(n)

 [Explanation]
    When the numerical value is bigger than the present text width,
     the value will be modulo numeric divided by the width.

 [e.g.]
    print "AB";spc(4);"CD"
    AB    CD


  TAB


 [Features] In the command of character output, it output space characters from present position to the specified position.

 [Format] TAB(n)

 [Explanation]
    When the specified position is smaller than the present cursor-X position,
     by line feed code, it will be output at the next line.

 [e.g.]
    print "AB";tab(4);"CD"
    AB  CD



  REP$


 [Features] Replaced "string1" value is returned, from "String2" to "String3".

 [Format] REP$("string1","string2","string3")

 [e.g.]
    print rep$("abcdef123def","def","ABCD")
    abcABCD123ABCD


  UCASE$


 [Features] It changes into a upper-case letter.

 [Format] UCASE$("string")

 [e.g.]
    print ucase$("abcdefg")
    ABCDEFG



  LCASE$


 [Features] It changes into a lower-case letter.

 [Format] LCASE$("string")

 [e.g.]
    print lcase$("ABCDEFG")
    abcdefg



  TRIM$


 [Features] To return string excluding the right and left blank.

 [Format] TRIM$("string")

 [e.g.]
    a$=trim$("  AB CD  ")
    print a$+a$
    AB CDAB CD



  AKCNV$


 [Features] To convert one-byte characters to double-byte characters and returns it.

 [Format] AKCNV$("string")

 [e.g.]
    print akcnv$("!#$123ABC")
    !#$123ABC


  KACNV$


 [Features] To convert double-byte characters to one-byte characters and returns it.

 [Format] KACNV$("string")

 [e.g.]
    print akcnv$("!#$123ABC")
    !#$123ABC



  INET$


 [Features] To get the Text from the Internet Web of the specified address.

 [Format] INET$("http://(address)"[,"encode"])

 [Explanation]
    A normally acquirable text is 'html' page without script processing.
    When "encode" is omitted , "UTF-8" is specified.

 [e.g.]
  a$=inet$("http://www.xxx123.com/")