I had scarcely reached the station when the train left.
Scarcely had I reached the station when the train left. Are both correct and have the same meaning?
Can I use “hardly” here? If not, when it is used?
No sooner did I reach the station than the train left. Correct and does it have an alternate form as we can change “scarcely” position? Is it close to the above-mentioned sentences in meaning?