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The result is 2 If there were a remainder, it would be displayed as decimal places The numbers can be any numeric expressions The data type of the result is that of the most precise operand, ranging from Integer (least precise), Long, Single, Double, Currency (most precise) If one operand is Null, then the result will be Null
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The answer is 1 The numbers can be any numeric expressions The data type of the result is Integer or Long If one operand is Null, then the result will be Null
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The ^ operator raises a number to the power of an exponent
MsgBox 2 ^ 3
The answer is 8 (2 to the power of 3) The operands can be any numeric expression
Mod Operator
The Mod operator divides one number by another and returns only the remainder
MsgBox 6 Mod 4
This returns 2, which is the remainder of 6 divided by 4 This is often used when testing to see if a number is odd or even If the modulus is True (nonzero) when divided by two, then the number is odd
Comparison Operators
Comparison operators compare two expressions, as you found out in 4 when we discussed making decisions in VBA
MsgBox 3 > 1
This returns True because 3 is greater than 1 Comparison operators always return a Boolean value of True or False except when Null is included, in which case the result is always Null The following is a list of comparison operators: Operator
< <= < >= = <>
Meaning
Less than Less than or equal to Greater than Greater than or equal to Equal to Not equal to
If both expressions are numeric, then a numeric comparison is performed If they are both string expressions, then a string comparison is performed If one is numeric (the variable is a numeric type containing a number) and one is a string (a variable containing a string of characters), then a Type Mismatch error will occur
6: Operators
Concatenation Operator
The concatenation operator (&) concatenates two operands together
MsgBox "Richard " & "Shepherd"
This gives the result Richard Shepherd Note that a space was left at the end of "Richard " to give the space in the final string You can also concatenate numbers and strings, but remember that the result will be a string The following gives the result 12 Twelve :
Msgbox 12 & " Twelve"
While this works because VBA is intelligent enough to work out that you are combining a number and a string and converts the number (12) to a string, it is not best practice to concatenate two different data types without converting them to the same data type The following gives the result 34, but as a string, not a number:
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Logical Operators
Logical operators perform a logical bit-by-bit conjunction on two expressions They use pure binary math to decide the result
And Operator
The And operator works on the basis that both values have to be True (nonzero) The value of True in VBA is actually 1 The following will give the result False because both values have to be True for an overall True value when the And operator is used:
Msgbox True And False
Numbers can also be Anded together This is done on a binary basis The top row of the following table represents the value of each binary bit going from bit 7 to bit 0 The two rows below it represent the binary equivalents of the numeric numbers on the right of the table (column n) The final row shows both the binary and numeric equivalents when the two numbers are Anded together Each bit pair uses an And operator to achieve the final result on the bottom row
128 0 1 0 64 1 0 0 32 0 0 0 16 1 1 1 8 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 n 84 145 16
Microsoft Access 2010 VBA Macro Programming Each column of this table shows a binary bit based on an eight-bit number The bit values are shown in bold across the top The right-hand column (n) contains the actual decimal values Bits are counted from the right to left, starting at bit 0 and ending at bit 7 for a single-byte number Notice that the values of each bit increase in powers of 2 Bit 0 is represented by the value of 1, and bit 7 is represented by the value of 128 The first number is 84, so bit 6, bit 4, and bit 2 are all set If you add 64 + 16 + 4, this comes to 84 The second number is 145, so bit 7, bit 4, and bit 0 are set If you add 128 + 16 + 1, this comes to 145 When a logical And is done on the two numbers, the result is 16 This is because the only bit where both numbers have a value is bit 4 This can be shown with the following example:
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