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CStr()


Description

The CStr() function converts an expression to type String.

This function has the form:

CStr(expression)
Parameter Description
expression (required) Any valid expression. If expression is:
  • Boolean - then the CStr function will return a string containing true or false.
  • Date - then the CStr function will return a string that contains a date in the short-date format.
  • Null - then a run-time error will occur.
  • Empty - then the CStr function will return an empty string ("").
  • Error - then the CStr function will return a string that contains the word "Error" followed by an error number.
  • Other numeric - then the CStr function will return a string that contains the number.

Examples

The following example shows the basic use of this function:

Msgbox(CStr("300000"))
Msgbox(CStr(#10-05-25#))

This produces the following result (each line in a separate pop-up message box):

300000
10/5/2025

Miscellaneous Information

Supported in Version: 1.0


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