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The following functions convert strings to and from ASCII or ANSI code.
Returns the ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) value of the first character in a string expression.
Returns the character that corresponds to the specified character code.
The Str function converts the contents of variables into a string. It handles numeric values, dates, strings and currency values.
Positive numbers are preceded by a blank space. Negative numbers are preceded by a minus sign.
For numeric values the string returned by the Str function is locale-independent. Hence the dot is used as the decimal separator when needed.
If a string is passed as argument, it is returned without any changes.
Dates are converted into locale-dependent strings.
Use the Val function to convert a string that represents a number into numeric data type.
The string passed to the Val function is locale-independent. This means that commas are interpreted as thousands separators and a dot is used as the decimal separator.
Converts a string or a numeric expression to the Byte type.
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