Visual Basic 2008 Programming: Business Applications with a Design Perspective
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Chapter 4: Data, Operations, and Built-In Functions
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Boolean Type

Boolean type data are used to store the logical state—True (-1) or False (0). In contrast to Byte data, Boolean data are often used, although there are only two values. Many properties of VB controls can accept only Boolean data. These properties, such as Visible or Enabled, must be set to the desired state for the VB controls to work properly. Also, the If statement always involves the use of Boolean data.
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