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Joeturf

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Hi Guys.

How can I specify a length for how long a word in a label can be without changing the size of the label itself? For example, I'm working on making a simple calculator and don't want the calculated output in the label to show more than 9 numbers. Is there anyway I can do this?

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Joe

Edited by Joeturf, 06 February 2007 - 09:57 PM.

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Use a trimmer from the right side of the string. Use it to let 9 numbers intact.

1234567,89123
would become
1234567,89
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