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is double the bigeset data type?

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I want to know the largest data type for displaying very long numbers. (They are not floating point but have in the vicinity of 10-20 zeros after the 1) i do not want them to display with the power symbol, if possible i would like them to show all the digits...
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Question by:Jaysor
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Erick37 earned 60 total points
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You can cast a Variant into the Decimal data type.  This supports 28 decimal places.

ex:

Dim vDec As Variant
vDec = CDec("12345678901234567890")
vDec = vDec + 12345
MsgBox vDec
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by:Jaysor
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well not exactly what i wanted but since you gave it the effort, and i figured out what i wanted anyway ill give ya the points.....
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