The CStr() will convert numeric and date values to a string format.
This function will change a number into a single type. A single type has 4 decimals so any decimals larger than 4 will be rounded to 4.
This functions changes a number into a long type.
Converts a numeric expression into one of an integer data type. In the example below when we changed a double into an integer the fractional portion is rounded.
This conversion will change a number into a number of type double.
This function converst a valid date or time expression that is currently a string into a date type. The expression can contain only the date, only the time or both.
Converst an expression into a boolean. So if the expression is true, i.e. 5 = 5 then it would return True, if it is false, i.e. 5 = 6 then it would return false.
The Asc() function will return the ASCII code for the character. It a string is placed in the function it will only return the ASCII code for the first character.
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