You specify a text value by enclosing text between single quotes, or between double quotes, for example:
'A', "A25", 'A longish text - with punctuation.'
A text value can contain any character, including any digit, comma, space, and new line. To include a single quote(
') or apostrophe, type two single quotes in sequence, such as:
'Isn''t this easy?'
The resulting text contains only one apostrophe. Or you can enclose the text value in double quotes:
"Don't do that!"
Similarly, if you want to include double quotes, enclose the text in single quotes:
'Did you say "Yes"?'
You can enter a text value directly as the value of a variable, or in an expression, including as an element of a list (see Creating an index) or edit table (see Defining a variable as an edit table). Analytica displays text values in results without the enclosing quotes. Also see Converting number to text.
For converting between numbers and text, see Numbers and text.
- Alphabetic ordering of text values
- Text functions
- Text Concatenation Operator: &
- Converting Numbers to Text
- Numbers and text
- Read and write text files
- Graphics, frames, and text in a diagram
- Objects and values
- Multiple formats in one table