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## Numeric and Non Numeric data types in VB

Started by thiruvasagamani, Aug 19, 2008, 04:33 PM

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#### thiruvasagamani

##### Aug 19, 2008, 04:33 PM
Visual Basic Data Types

Visual Basic classifies the information mentioned above into two major data types, they are the numeric data types and the non-numeric data types.

Numeric Data Types

Numeric data types are types of data that consist of numbers, which can be computed mathematically with various standard operators such as add, minus, multiply, divide and so on. Examples of numeric data types are your examination marks, your height, your weight, the number of students in a class, share values, price of goods, monthly bills, fees and etc. In Visual Basic, numeric data are divided into 7 types, depending on the range of values they can store.

Calculations that only involve round figures or data that don't need precision can use Integer or Long integer in the computation. Programs that require high precision calculation need to use Single and Double decision data types, they are also called floating point numbers. For currency calculation , you can use the currency data types. Lastly, if even more precision is requires to perform calculations that involve a many decimal points, we can use the decimal data types.

Non-numeric Data Types

Nonnumeric data types are data that cannot be manipulated mathematically using standard arithmetic operators. The non-numeric data comprises  text or string data types, the Date data types, the Boolean data types that store only two values (true or false), Object data type and Variant data type .

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#### Ominto

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##### Jan 24, 2016, 07:59 AM
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