Microsoft® Visual Basic® Scripting Edition
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Returns a string that provides Variant subtype information about a variable.
The required varname argument can be any variable.
The TypeName function has the following return values:
Value Description Byte Byte value Integer Integer value Long Long integer value Single Single-precision floating-point value Double Double-precision floating-point value Currency Currency value Decimal Decimal value Date Date or time value String Character string value Boolean Boolean value; True or False Empty Unitialized Null No valid data <object type> Actual type name of an object Object Generic object Unknown Unknown object type Nothing Object variable that doesn't yet refer to an object instance Error Error
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