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QTP/UFT support tip: How validate a string for special characters

There are cases where the application under test has a fields that does not allow special characters.

In that cases you can implement vbscript code to validate the precense of special characters in the parameter and take decisions about it.

In the example below the user enter a name and the code validate if it has special character:

 

 

 myvarname = inputbox("Type the name")
  'Loop for the amoun of characters in the string 
  For index = 1 To len(myvarname)
    'Take a character from the string in order from left to right
    mycharacter = ucase(mid(myvarname, index,1))
    'Made the character capital letter 
    mycharacter = asc(mycharacter) 
    'Search the ASCII code with Capital letters and numbers
    If (mycharacter < 65 or mycharacter>90) and (mycharacter < 48 or mycharacter>57) Then
      msgbox "The name has special character"
      index=len(myvarname)
    End If
  Next

   

 

Regards.
HP support

 

 

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