Insert New Line to Text

Verb: appendLineToText

Inserts a new line at the end of a text.


appendLineToText --text(String) --value(String) (String)=value


Script Designer Required AcceptedTypes Description
--text Text Required Text Text where the new line is inserted.
--value New line Required Text Text that should be inserted in the new line.


Script Designer AcceptedTypes Description
value Text Text Returns the text with the new line inserted.


Example 1: The command inserts a new line to an existing text.

defVar --name text --type String --value IBM
defVar --name textNewLine --type String --value AUTOMATION
defVar --name newText --type String
appendLineToText --text "${text}" --value "${textNewLine}" newText=value
logMessage --message "${newText}" --type "Info"
//The result obtained in $ {newText} is:

Example 2: The command inserts a time into an existing date.

defVar --name text --type Date --value "2019-08-12"
defVar --name newText --type String
appendLineToText --text "${text}" --value "9:00 AM" newText=value
logMessage --message "${newText}" --type "Info"
//The result obtained in $ {newText} is:
//9 :00 AM


In the Text and New line parameters, it is possible to enter several variable types, however it is always returned as a Text.

See Also

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  • Empty or Null Text Variable
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  • Find Occurrences in Text
  • Format Text
  • Get Subtext
  • Get Text from Regular Expression
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  • Join Text
  • Pad Text
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  • Remove Diacritics
  • Remove Escape Characters
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  • Replace Text
  • Split Text
  • Trim Text Blanks