CBOOL


Converts numeric or string expression to a boolean (Boolean)

Syntax:
declare function Cbool ( byval expression as datatype ) as boolean

Type typename
End Type

Usage:
result = Cbool( numeric expression )
result = Cbool( string expression )
result = Cbool( user defined type )

Parameters:
expression
a numeric, string, or user defined type to cast to a Boolean value
datatype
any numeric, string, or user defined type
typename
a user defined type

Return Value:
A Boolean value.

Description:
The Cbool function converts a zero value to False and a non-zero value to True.

The name can be explained as 'Convert to Boolean'.

If the argument is a string expression, it is converted to boolean using a case insensitive to the string "false" to return a False value or "true" to return a True value.

Examples:
' Using the CBOOL function to convert a numeric value

'Create an BOOLEAN variable
Dim b As BOOLEAN

'Convert a numeric value
b = CBOOL(1)

'Print the result, should return True
Print b
Sleep


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See also:
Back to Converting Data Types
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