Igor Kromin |   Consultant. Coder. Blogger. Tinkerer. Gamer.

I've said it previously that I am a huge fan of online tooling that assists you while developing software. I've even written some of my own (UUID to OID Converter) online tools. Recently I wanted to use a popular online string functions website, but to my surprise, I found that it was no longer working. As a response to this, I've decided to put up my own: http://strfunc.net.
Note: effective immediately (11 March 2017) StrFunc.Net has been decommissioned. The most widely used tool has been the UUID to OID converter and it was moved to its location on my blog here.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.


It only took a couple of evenings to go from concept to reality and I've used many of the ideas from a previous article I wrote on getting functional web sites up quickly.

The web site is called StrFunc(). I thought this was concise and appropriate given its purpose. The list of functions it offers right now is limited, but I will be adding more during the next few days. Right now you can do the following:
  • Reverse String
  • String Length
  • Count Words
  • Count Substrings
  • Convert Case
  • HTML Encode
  • HTML Decode


This is what it looks like, so go check it out and don't forget to bookmark it, if you're reading this article, I'm sure you will find the site handy.
strfunc1.png

strfunc2.png




-i

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