Friday, January 22, 2016

VB Script Conversion functions

VB Script Conversion functions

CBool() - Convert to Boolean Type 
Converts an expression to a Boolean variable type that is either True or False.
CByte() - Convert to Byte Value 
Converts an expression to a Byte type (i.e. an integer value in the range 0 to 255).
CCur() - Convert to Currency Type 
Converts an expression to a Currency type (i.e. a floating-point number with up to four decimal places).
CDate() - Convert to Date Value 
Converts a formatted date string to a date variable type.
CDbl() - Convert to a Double Value 
Converts an expression to a double-precision floating point number.
CInt() - Convert to Integer Value 
Converts an expression into an integer value in the range -32,768 to 32,767.
CLng() - Convert to Long Integer Value 
Converts an expression to a long integer value.
CSng() - Convert to a Single Value 
Converts an expression into a single-precision floating-point number.
CStr() - Convert to String Value 
Converts an expression into a string value.