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Microsoft® Visual Basic® Scripting Edition
FormatPercent Function
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Description
Returns an expression formatted as a percentage (multiplied by 100) with a trailing % character.

Syntax

FormatPercent(Expression[,NumDigitsAfterDecimal [,IncludeLeadingDigit [,UseParensForNegativeNumbers [,GroupDigits]]]])

The FormatPercent function syntax has these parts:

Part Description
Expression Required. Expression to be formatted.
NumDigitsAfterDecimal Optional. Numeric value indicating how many places to the right of the decimal are displayed. Default value is -1, which indicates that the computer's regional settings are used.
IncludeLeadingDigit Optional. Tristate constant that indicates whether or not a leading zero is displayed for fractional values. See Settings section for values.
UseParensForNegativeNumbers Optional. Tristate constant that indicates whether or not to place negative values within parentheses. See Settings section for values.
GroupDigits Optional. Tristate constant that indicates whether or not numbers are grouped using the group delimiter specified in the control panel. See Settings section for values.

Settings
The IncludeLeadingDigit, UseParensForNegativeNumbers, and GroupDigits arguments have the following settings:

Constant Value Description
TristateTrue -1 True
TristateFalse  0 False
TristateUseDefault -2 Use the setting from the computer's regional settings.

Remarks
When one or more optional arguments are omitted, the values for the omitted arguments are provided by the computer's regional settings.


Note  All settings information comes from the Regional Settings Number tab.


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