# Android QuestionReplacing all occurrences of CHR(171) with Double Quotes, CHR(191) with CHR(172) and CHR(172) and with Single Quotes

#### beelze69

##### Active Member
Hi,

This is regarding character substitution in a string variable under b4A.

Doubt 1:

I want to perform the following steps on a string.

This String has, among other characters, many occurrences of CHR(171), CHR(191) and CHR(172)

1) Replace all occurrences of CHR(171) with "" i.e. Double QUotes

2) Replace all occurrences of CHR(191) [i.e. inverted Question mark symbol]
with CHR(172)

3) Replace all occurrences of CHR(172) with ' (i.e. single quote)

And the operations have to be performed in the above order.

Doubt 2:

How to assign the 'transformed string' as per above sequence to a label control in b4A ?

I mean, do I have to put any escape sequences for all the single quotes and the double quotes that will result from the above sequence of transformations ? Requesting for showing by an example.

Thanks..

#### edgar_ortiz

##### Active Member
Longtime User
You can try:

B4X:
``````StrInfo    = StrInfo.Replace(chr(171), chr(34))    ' Double Quotes
StrInfo    = StrInfo.Replace(chr(191), chr(172))
StrInfo    = StrInfo.Replace(chr(172), chr(39))    ' Single Quote``````

#### beelze69

##### Active Member
Hi Edgar !! Thanks ! Will try this out... But when I am assigning the value of '
StrInfo' ' to a label control's Text property.. do I have to place any ESCAPE SEQUENCES ?
I mean can i say lblMyLabel.Text=StrInfo (where lblMyLabel is my Label control) ...

#### TILogistic

##### Expert
Longtime User
Hi Edgar !! Thanks ! Will try this out... But when I am assigning the value of '
StrInfo' ' to a label control's Text property.. do I have to place any ESCAPE SEQUENCES ?
I mean can i say lblMyLabel.Text=StrInfo (where lblMyLabel is my Label control) ...
B4X:
``````    Dim StrInfo As String = \$"\${Chr(171)}\${Chr(191)}\${Chr(172)}"\$
Label1.Text = StrInfo.Replace(Chr(171),Chr(34)).Replace(Chr(191),Chr(172)).Replace(Chr(172),Chr(39))``````

#### TILogistic

##### Expert
Longtime User
Correction:

For special char Unicode use CSBuilder or BCTextEngine

Sample: Chr(172)

#### beelze69

##### Active Member
Hi Oparra,

Thanks! Will try this out..