string.listContainsNoCase()

Determines the index of the first list element that contains a specified substring.

string.listContainsNoCase( substring [, delimiters [, includeEmptyFields [, multiCharacterDelimiter ] ] ] )

Returns: Number

Argument Description
substring
string, required

the string to search in the list

delimiters
string, optional

Characters that separate list elements. The default value is comma.

Alias: delimiter

includeEmptyFields
boolean, optional

if set to true, empty values are included as well

multiCharacterDelimiter
boolean, optional

specifying whether the delimiters parameter specifies a multi-character delimiter. If this parameter is true, the delimiters parameter must specify a single delimiter consisting of multiple characters. This parameter enables the ListToArray function to convert a list such as the following to an array of color names: red:|orange:|yellow:|green:|blue:|indigo:|violet.

Examples

list = "I,love,lucee";
	writedump(list.ListContainsNoCase("LUCEE"));
	writeoutput("<br>");
	listOne = "lucee@core@dev";
	writedump(listOne.ListContainsNoCase("CORE","@"));

See also