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Topic Title: Join string literal with contents of variable
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Created On: 01/05/2018 03:33 PM
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 Join string literal with contents of variable   - CurtisReynolds - 01/05/2018 03:33 PM  
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CurtisReynolds
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Hi all... sorry in advance if this has been asked...and answered a thousand times already. I didn't find it though, so I'm asking.

I am extracting some information from one string storing it in %variablefoldername%, and need to use that information to form part of a file path. I have a leading literal string, then the contents of the variable, then another literal, that need to be joined to a single string.

What I have is:

"\\unc\folder1\folder2\"

%variablefoldername%

"\lastfolder"

I need to join them to a single string like:
"\\unc\folder1\folder2\<variablefoldername>\lastfolder"

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!!

Thanks!!!

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