A similar question was asked and answered, but the answer is insufficient. My problem is with step #2 where First() is applied to the string array produced by Split(). First() not a legal method that applies to a string array in .NET. That will not compile in Vb.net.
First() is applicable to things such as List or a “sequence” in LINQ.
But somehow this statement works in the uiPath workflow! It will not compile in Vb.Net.
Can somebody explain if UiPath is casting this string array to a List or some other data type in the background?
Rather than VB.net, the example statement looks a lot like the fluent method syntax used in LINQ.