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Slength

returns the length of user supplied strings

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I wrote Slength while working on my SQL Final project--you see, in an SQL database when you want to store a string of text in a field you have to declare the field's type as a varchar and give it a maximum length; I wrote slength to help me figure out how long I would need to set any given varchar field.

Slength was originally written in Perl, then rewritten in Python, and is now currently developed in Ruby.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Ruby

Registered

2013-05-08

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