The most basic but most often used text block is below. You can type into this text block, or leave it empty.
Often, you'll want to join text values together with the join block:
You can use the newline block to add a line break in a piece of text.
Use these blocks to change the content or formatting of your text. These blocks will return the reformatted text.
Set a piece of text to the selected case:
Trim blank spaces from the left side, the right side, or both sides of a string of text:
Find and replace all occurrences of a substring within a string.
The block below tests whether the text value is empty. Returns true or false
Returns the character at the specified position, where 1 is the first letter of the string.
Returns the empty string if the length of text given is less than the position specified.
Returns the substring at the specified start and end position, where 1 is the first letter of the string.
Returns the empty string if the length of text given is less than the starting position specified.
Find first/last occurrence
Returns the starting position of a substring within a string, where 1 is the first letter of the string.
Returns 0 if the string does not contain the substring.
Does string contain
Checks if a string contains a substring. Returns true or false.