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Visual Basic for Applications Reference

Visual Studio 6.0

TypeName Function

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Returns a String that provides information about a variable.

Syntax

TypeName(varname)

The required varname argument is a Variant containing any variable except a variable of a user-defined type.

Remarks

The string returned by TypeName can be any one of the following:

String returned Variable
object type An object whose type is objecttype
Byte Byte value
Integer Integer
Long Long integer
Single Single-precision floating-point number
Double Double-precision floating-point number
Currency Currency value
Decimal Decimal value
Date Date value
String String
Boolean Boolean value
Error An error value
Empty Uninitialized
Null No valid data
Object An object
Unknown An object whose type is unknown
Nothing Object variable that doesn't refer to an object

If varname is an array, the returned string can be any one of the possible returned strings (or Variant) with empty parentheses appended. For example, if varname is an array of integers, TypeName returns "Integer()".

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