A QString object consists of a variable-length sequence of characters. QString provides methods and properties using syntax similar to that of Basic.
Concatenation, Format and comparison methods, together with simplified memory management, make QString objects easier to use than ordinary character arrays or using function to manipulates function.
The power of client-server development environment, like Visual Basic, used built-in in your scripts.
QString objects also have the following characteristics:
QString objects can grow as a result of concatenation, formatting and Set operations.
QString objects follow, value semantics. Think of a QString object as an actual string variable that can be restored, can be tracked and formatted one time after time, restoring the original value, with the power of formatting functions in MS-Visual Basic