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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Flip Text String

    Is there a function that can invert a string?? Or do I have to write one my own??

    With inverting a string I mean the following:
    "Mike" becomes "ekiM" **** BUT the Characters are also FLIPPED

    StrReverse$() is only half - Using this function the Characters are backward but not flipped or inverted.



    (I need it to work like the htlm command

    [FlipH]<Your Text HERE>[/FlipH]

    but as a Function)


    The characters need to be printed backward along with placed backward.


    You are correct with the character placement ekiM but now each letter needs to be flipped.

    An example is - FlipH

    http://www.neises.com/forums/misc.php?do=bbcode#flipH


    The reason is - Output from a database is used to cut physical labels for components inside a production area. The Control Room labels are cut on the backside of the labeling material in a Mirrored fashion (as described above) then the letters are painted black. Front the front side the words are readable as normal in black but they must be cut from the backside of the material.

    -Thanks,
    Mike

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    Font

    Think you will have to look at using a font
    hope this help

    See clear as mud


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    You have to write it yourself.
    There is no built in function

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