.sub() function is used to extract a substring from a given string. The extracted substring is determined by the integers passed to the function, which specify the starting and ending index.
string.sub(originalString, startIndex, endIndex)
originalString: The string from which the substring will be extracted.
startIndex: The index at which the substring should start (inclusive).
endIndex(optional): The index at which the substring should end (exclusive). If
endIndexis not provided, the substring will extend to the end of the original string.
Here are some examples of how to use
local originalString = "Hello, World!"local subString1 = string.sub(originalString, 1, 5)local subString2 = string.sub(originalString, 8)print(subString1)print(subString2)
This will return the following output: