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- where, Old_Text is the original or old text
- Start_Num represents the character position in old text
- Num_Chars represents the number of characters to be replaced in old text
- New_Text is the new text with which specified number of characters in old text are replaced
- REPLACEB(), replaces characters within text.REPLACEB is intended for use with languages that use the double-byte character set (DBCS).
For Example, REPLACEB("JOHN",2,1,"$") returns J$HN
- This function counts and replaces specified number of byte characters with a new text string.
- REPLACEB is intended for languages that use double-byte character set (DBCS).
- If Start_Num < 1, Calci displays #N/A message.
- If Num_Chars < 1, Calci displays #N/A message.
=REPLACEB(A1,1,2,"*") : Replaces first two characters from old text with "*". Returns *3456 as output. =REPLACEB(A2,2,1,"@") :Replaces first byte (2 characters) from old text with upper case "@". Returns @**** as output. =REPLACEB(A3,2,1,"aa") : Replaces 2nd character from old text with "aa". Returns SaaAR as output.