The small and very urgent problem I have now is related to function trim () which does not work in Java code. The desirable result: If space (without text) is entered by the user by clicking space bar I want NO action in search after that. In other words, if user clicks "search" button after entering empty space nothing should happen.
Your help is greatly appreciated
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Updated on 2010-02-01T15:22:26Z at 2010-02-01T15:22:26Z by POWERBUILDER
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Re: How not to capture empty space2010-02-01T15:22:26ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Here is additional info on my "empty space " problem.
Right now after I put cursor into a search field (string) and click on space bar I got error: my WHERE clause> with LIKE stops working (FYI, - I Use delimiter (" ") in this search). I tried OR instead of LIKE - no success.
How should it work if only a space character is entered? We need to trim it out and treat it as nothing entered at all. String.trim() does not work here.