MKS$

Syntax MKS$ (string$)
Location BTool

This function returns a string containing the internal format of a string {which is stored as two bytes indicating the length of the string (as returned by MKI$) and the string itself}.

Example

MKS$("Test") = CHR$(0)&CHR$(4) & "Test"

because:

MKI$ (4)

returns the string CHR$(0)&CHR$(4).

CROSS-REFERENCE

CVS$, MKI$, MKF$, MKL$