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size_t Insert( size_t nIndex, SAChar ch );
size_t Insert( size_t nIndex, const SAChar *pstr );
Returns the length of the changed string.
nIndex. The index of the character before which the insertion will take place.
ch. The character to be inserted.
pstr. A pointer to the substring to be inserted.
Call this member function to insert a single character or a substring at the given index within the string. The nIndex parameter identifies the first character that will be moved to make room for the character or substring. If nIndex is zero, the insertion will occur before the entire string. If nIndex is higher than the length of the string, the function will concatenate the present string and the new material provided by either ch or pstr.
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