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Date variables can contain date and time values. When saving date values, {{OOo}} Basic uses an internal format that permits comparisons and mathematical operations on date and time values. There is no type declaration symbol for date variables. The declaration can only be made using the supplement As Date.
 
Date variables can contain date and time values. When saving date values, {{OOo}} Basic uses an internal format that permits comparisons and mathematical operations on date and time values. There is no type declaration symbol for date variables. The declaration can only be made using the supplement As Date.

Revision as of 17:48, 20 February 2008


Date variables can contain date and time values. When saving date values, OpenOffice.org Basic uses an internal format that permits comparisons and mathematical operations on date and time values. There is no type declaration symbol for date variables. The declaration can only be made using the supplement As Date.

Example declaration of a date variable:

Dim Variable As Date
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