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Can you use @Functions in LotusScript?

You can use the LotusScript Evaluate function. For example, this gets the common name portion of a hierarchical user name:
  Dim szCommonName As String
  Dim result As Variant
  result = Evaluate("@Name([CN]; @Username)")
  szCommonName = result(0)

Applies to Notes Versions: 4 4.5 4.6 5
Last Modified: December 19, 1998