CCur Function


Returns an expression that has been converted to a Variant of subtype Currency.




The expression argument is any valid expression.

Use the CCur function to provide conversions from any data type to a Currency subtype. For example, CCur forces currency arithmetic when integer arithmetic would normally occur.

The CCur function uses the locale setting of your system to determine how to perform conversions. Different decimal separators are properly recognized, depending on the locale setting, as are different thousand separators.

The following example uses the CCur function to convert an expression to Currency:

Dim MyDouble, MyCurr
MyDouble = 543.214588         ' MyDouble is a Double.
MyCurr = CCur(MyDouble * 2)   ' Convert result of MyDouble * 2 (1086.429176) to a Currency (1086.4292).


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Change History




September 2009

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See Also

CBool Function
CByte Function
CDate Function
CDbl Function
CInt Function
CLng Function
CSng Function
CStr Function