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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4.4     Built-In Numeric Functions

VB 2008 also provides many functions and objects that can be used to handle conversion, mathematical, and financial operations. This section discusses selected conversion and mathematical functions that are commonly used.

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  1. Byte,SByte and Char Types
  2. Boolean Type
  3. Short, UShort, Integer, UInteger, Long, and ULong Types
  4. Single and Double Types
  5. Other Numeric Data Types
  6. Declaring Numeric Data Types
  7. The Object Data Type
  8. Strict Implicit Type Conversion
  9. The Assignment Statement
  10. Numeric Operations
  11. Data Type Conversions
  12. Computing Net Sale: An Application Example
  13. The Format Function
  • 4.4 Built-In Numeric Functions
    1. Mathematical Functions
    2. Conversion Functions
    3. Date/Time Functions
    4. Using Functions
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