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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4.5     String Data

As explained previously, a string consists of zero or more characters. The String data type is usually used to handle text such as names and addresses. It is also used for data code. For example, the characters M and F can be used to represent male and female. A string literal must be enclosed in a pair of quotes. String variables are used to store string data as shown in the following:

LastName = “Smith”

The code moves the string literal “Smith” to the variable named LastName. You can also assign data in a control or a variable to another variable. For example, the following code will assign to the variable LastName the text that the user has entered in the text box named txtLastName.

LastName = txtLastName.Text

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  1. Mathematical Functions
  2. Conversion Functions
  3. Date/Time Functions
  4. Using Functions
  • 4.5 String Data
    1. Declaring String Variables
    2. String Operations and Built-In Functions
    3. The Calculating Vending Machine: An Example
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