Removing A Value From A Multivalue Field Without Keeping Blanks

A very big improvement on the latest Programming tip that dealt with the same
issue, is that we can program the same with a lot less of code, especially if
you have the underlying document and you are using 4.6.1 and higher:
Sub Extract(doc As NotesDocument, ItemName As String, Value_To_Replace)As String

New_Value=Evaluate("@Trim(@Replace("+ItemName+";"""+Value_To_Replace+""";""""))"
,doc)
doc.ReplaceItemValue(ItemName,New_Value)
End Sub
This was first published in November 2000

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