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+5 votes

Probably very simple but I am quite new to GODOT. I have found it is possible to use '.find("text") != -1' to do this but I'm wondering if there is a better way of doing this?

Thanks in advance.

in Engine by (295 points)

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+14 votes

There is the 'in' operator.

if string1 in string2:
do stuff

It is mentioned here:

by (251 points)

Worked like a charm 4 years and your comment is still helping people :D
Thanks for this lil trick :D

It's been 5 years, worked like a charm thank you so much.

ok ok, six years! Thank you

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