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VBA Concatenating strings

Concatenate an array of strings using the Join function

'Declare and assign a string array
Dim widgetNames(2) As String
widgetNames(0) = "foo"
widgetNames(1) = "bar"
widgetNames(2) = "fizz"
'Concatenate with Join and separate each element with a 3-character string
concatenatedString = VBA.Strings.Join(widgetNames, " > ")
'concatenatedString = "foo > bar > fizz"
'Concatenate with Join and separate each element with a zero-width string
concatenatedString = VBA.Strings.Join(widgetNames, vbNullString)
'concatenatedString = "foobarfizz"


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