Creates a character expression with parameter markers. The string expression has zero o more parameter markers like %1. If a '%' sign must be included in character-expression, it must be preceded by the '\' (backslash) sign. For example: "This is not a parameter marker: \%1".
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Must be a character expression. This is the expression that has zero or more parameter markers (from 1 to 9) like %1, %2, etc. format-string
may be an expression with a translation available; therefore, the translation to the language being used when formatting will be selected.
Must be a character expression. These are character expressions that will replace the parameter markers.
In the example, parameter markers are %1 and %2. They state where, in the resulting string, the values of "Alex" and "13" must be embedded.
Format("%1 is %2 years old.", "Alex", "26")
The result must be "Alex is 26 years old".
In this example, the markers are substituted with attributes and the result is moved to a variable which can be used later:
&Variable=format("Customer %1 was born in %2", CustomerName, CountryName);