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Numeric value of the string.0 if an error occurs. In this version, <Result> corresponds to a real.
Character string to convert to a numeric value. For a real, the separator must be the dot ('.') and the prefixes for scientific notation can be 'E', 'e', 'D' or 'd'. If the separator is a comma, the numbers after the comma will be ignored.New in version 28This parameter can also be a buffer. In this case, the treatment of the buffer varies according to the option selected in the "Unicode" tab of the description configuration: if "Use ANSI strings at runtime" is selected, the buffer will be processed as an ANSI string.if "Use UNICODE strings at runtime" is selected, the buffer will be processed as an ANSI or UNICODE string, depending on its content.
Base in which the number is represented. The possible values are as follows:"d": base 10 (decimal)"x": base 16 (hexadecimal)"o": base 8 (octal)an integer between 2 and 36Base 10 is used by default. This parameter is not available. Base 10 is automatically used.
Val function and UNICODE
Last update: 05/10/2023
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