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Right now I'm trying to convert a string of text into an array of each individual word and it's working well. I am unsure how to figure out when the string ends though. I want the entire string iterated through so I have a full array of the words in the text. How do I go about looping until the end of the string? Do strings in construct have some unique end of string character I can test for?
Use tokencount() and you don't need "i" variable:
For "n" from 0 to tokencount(text, " ")-1
Array push tokenat(text, loopindex, " ")
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You can use tokencount(text, " ")
and replace i with loopindex.