StrToInt

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StrToInt

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int = StrToInt(sString)

 

This macro function converts the string sString into a number.

 

StrToInt('1024') = 1024

StrToInt('0012') = 12

StrToInt('1.024') = Error !

StrToInt('1,024') = Error !

StrToInt('Elvis') = Error !

 

Leading zeros are acceptable (ie '0012').

 

Note :

The string representation of the number should have no formatting (ie. '1024' is OK, but '1.024' or '1,024' will generate an error).

Passing any text that does not represent a number, to this function will generate an error.

 

Errors generated by this function will be handled according to the value you set for the RUNTIME_ERROR_HANDLING pre-compiler directive. Most of the time this will mean that the Macro will be aborted.

 

See also : IntToStr.


Topic 108262 updated on 01-Nov-2016.
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