# StrComp Function

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### Syntax:

``````
StrComp (string1 As String, string2 As String[, Compare As Integer]) As Integer
``````

### Parameters:

string1: Any string expression

string2: Any string expression

Compare: This optional parameter sets the comparison method. If Compare = 1, the string comparison is case-sensitive. If Compare = 0, no distinction is made between uppercase and lowercase letters.

### Return value:

Integer

• If string1 < string2 the function returns -1

• If string1 = string2 the function returns 0

• If string1 > string2 the function returns 1

### Error codes:

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### Example:

``````
Sub ExampleStrComp
Dim iVar As Single
Dim sVar As String
iVar = 123.123
sVar = Str\$(iVar)
MsgBox strcomp(sVar , Str\$(iVar),1)
End Sub
``````