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Posted on 2003-11-19
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What it the command to have VB add unparsed numbers? For example, if i have 1 + 2 i want it to equal 12, not 3...
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use & operator instead

msgbox 1 & 2

shouldn't be 12 and not 21?
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yay, ty, and one more question. how do i define variables and give them a value?'

i want to assign variable A the value 2.
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Dim A as Integer

A = 2
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LOL... ok this is teh last one, lol...

i want to display the solution in a textbox.
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