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Numeric and Date Functions in VB.NET

Posted By:Abhisek Panda       Posted Date: November 14, 2009    Points: 25    Category: General    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  
 

Numeric Functions in VB.NET:-


All the numeric functions in VB.NET are implemented as methods of the Math Class. To use any of the Math methods provided by VB.NET, you must prefix the methods with "Math.". Some of these functions and there uses are given below,

Abs(int):- This method returns the absolute valu of the specified number

Dim MyNo As Double
MyNo=Math.Abs(65.45)'returns 65.45
MyNo=Math.Abs(-65.45)'returns 65.45

Min(int,int):- This function returns the smaller of two numbers specified.

Dim MyNo As Double
MyNo=Math.Min(65.45,45)'returns 45

Max(int,int):- This function returns the larger of two numbers specified.

Dim MyNo As Double
MyNo=Math.Max(65.45,45)'returns 65.45

Round(int):- It returns the rounded value of the specified number.

Dim MyNo As Double
MyNo=Math.Round(65.45)'returns 65

Pow(int,int):- This function returns a specified number raised to the specified power. If it tales two arguments a, b then it will return a^b.

Dim MyNo As Double
MyNo=Math.Pow(2,3)'returns 2^3, i.e, 8

Sqrt(int):- This function returns the square root of the specified number.

Dim MyNo As Double
MyNo=Math.Sqrt(4)'returns 2
MyNo=Math.Sqrt(36)'returns 6

Date Functions:-


In VB.NET there are also some date function such as,

Now():- This function returns a date value containing the current date and time according to your system setting.

Dim Dt As Date
Dt=Now()'returns "11/05/2009 7:30:59AM"

Today():- This function returns a date value containing the current date only.

Dim Dt As Date
Dt=Today()'returns "11/05/2009"

TimeOfDay():- It will return a date value containing only current time.

Dim Dt As Date
Dt=TimeOfDay()'returns "2:26:34"

There is also several other functions relating to date and time and also math functions. I have included only the frequently used functions.

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