- string.parseDateTime() Parses a date/time string according to the English (U.S.) locale conventions.
- Canonicalize() Canonicalization is simply the operation of reducing a possibly encoded string down to its simplest form. This is important, because attackers frequently use encoding to change their input in a way that will bypass validation filters, but still be interpreted properly by the target of the attack. Note that data encoded more than once is not something that a normal user would generate and should be regarded as an attack
- HtmlParse() parse the given html (not only xhtml) as xml Object, work similar to xmlParse, but this function is very forgiving with the syntax..
- LSParseCurrency() Converts a locale-specific currency string into a formatted number. Attempts conversion by comparing the string with each the three supported currency formats (none, local, international) and using the first that matches.
- LSParseDateTime() Converts a string that is a valid date/time representation in the current locale into a date/time object.
- LSParseEuroCurrency() use function lsParseCurrency instead
- LSParseNumber() Converts a string that is a valid numeric representation in the current locale into a formatted number.
- ParseDateTime() Parses a date/time string according to the English (U.S.) locale conventions.
- ParseNumber() Parses the string argument as a numeric value.
- Val() Converts numeric characters that occur at the beginning of a string to an number.
- XmlParse() Converts an XML document that is represented as a string variable into an XML document object.