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This section describes the Runtime Functions of LibreOffice Basic.

The following statements and functions are for working with variables. You can use these functions to declare or define variables, convert variables from one type to another, or determine the variable type.

Comparison operators compare two expressions. The result is returned as a boolean expression that determines if the comparison is True (-1) or False (0).

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Use the statements and functions described here to perform date and time calculations.

The following numeric functions perform calculations. Mathematical and Boolean operators are described in a separate section. Functions differ from operators in that functions pass arguments and return a result, instead of operators that return a result by combining two numeric expressions.

This section describes the Runtime Functions used to call dialogs for the input and output of user entries.

Use the following statements and functions to define the way LibreOffice Basic reacts to run-time errors.

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