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If you want to take advantage of the benefits of the Option Strict On setting, but you occasionally need to assign variables with wider types to variables with narrower types, then convert the wider type to the smaller type before the assignment statement or as part of the assignment statement. This convention will force a runtime error if the wider data type cannot convert to the smaller data type, but the compiler will see the converted value as compliant with the Option Strict On setting. If you prefer, you can catch the runtime error and make appropriate adjustments, such as letting the user know about the problem.
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You can manually designate Option Explicit On or Option Strict On settings through the VB Defaults folder in the Projects and Solutions folder of the Options dialog box. Within the VBE IDE, open the Options dialog box by choosing Tools Options. If the Show All Settings check box in the lower-left corner of the dialog box is not selected, click it. Expand Projects and Solutions to expose the VB Defaults folder so that you can select it. Use the Option Explicit and Option Strict drop-down boxes to make the settings you prefer. Figure 9-3 shows the VB Defaults folder with the default Option Explicit and Option Strict settings.
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The Option Compare setting in Figure 9-3 determines how String variable values are compared in a project. The two possible settings are Binary and Text. The Binary setting enforces a case-sensitive sort order (A <> a). The Text setting enforces a case-insensitive sort order (A = a).
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Figure 9-3. Use the Options dialog box to manually designate Option Explicit and Option Strict settings for a project. You can also programmatically set either Option Explicit or Option Strict settings for a module or class within a project with an Option Explicit or Option Strict statement, as appropriate. These statements must appear at the top of the module or class. Conclude either statement with the On keyword to specify the setting. The scope of the statement applies to the module in which the statement appears. An Option Explicit or Option Strict statement within a class or module overrides, for that class or module, the project-level setting in the VB Defaults folder of the Options dialog box.
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In an assignment statement, you can specify the value of one variable as equal to the value of another variable, literal, or constant. The samples for this section reside in the Button Click event procedures of Form1 within the WindowsApplication1 project started and saved in the Starting and Saving a New Solution s Project section. A String variable can contain a combination of literal Char values, constants defined by a Char literal value, and another String literal. The following code excerpt for the Button1_Click procedure in Form1 introduces the use of the Const statement after the application of a Dim statement to define a variable (varString) as having a String data type. The Const statement assigns the character e as a Char data type to the constant named eAsChar. The literal must appear in quotes, and the trailing letter c designates the literal e as a Char data type. Without this trailing type designator, the .NET Framework interprets the literal as a String data type before transforming it to a Char data type for assignment to the eAsChar constant. The difference between a constant and a variable of any type is that a constant cannot be changed.
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A Click event procedure fires when a user clicks an object, such as a Button control named Button1. By default, VBE assigns a name of Button1_Click to the Click event procedure for Button1.
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