I am attempting to use logic to determine the length of an attribute, but I'm unable to find anything useful enough to work. If I have the following: <CAT NAM="This attribute is meant to be so extremely long that I must force it into multiple cells on a web page"/> What I want to do is take the NAM attribute, and put the first 35 characters into a cell. Directly below it, I want to generate another cell with two spaces followed by the next 33 characters. I want to generate a new cell directly below the previous one, every 33 characters after the initial 35, and each should have two spaces in front. This basic logic would produce the following: This attribute is meant to be so ex tremely long that I must force it into multiple cells on a web page The tricky part is, once I count to 35 characters (or 33 depending on if it is the first cell or not), I need to verify the data is being separated at a space. In the previous example, the word "extremely" is not separated smoothly. The final result should actually be: This attribute is meant to be so extremely long that I must force it into multiple cells on a web page How can I use logic to not only determine the length of the attribute, but depending upon that length, separate the data out into multiple cells on a web page? Russ Little Field Engineer
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