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00000002.xhp
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Twips Twips
00000002.xhp
par_id3154013
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In $[officename] Basic, a <emph>method parameter</emph> or a <emph>property</emph> expecting unit information can be specified either as integer or long integer expression without a unit, or as a character string containing a unit. If no unit is passed to the method the default unit defined for the active document type will be used. If the parameter is passed as a character string containing a measurement unit, the default setting will be ignored. The default measurement unit for a document type can be set under <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC"><emph>%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</emph></caseinline><defaultinline><emph>Tools - Options</emph></defaultinline></switchinline><emph> - (Document Type) - General</emph>. $[officename] Basic giddo, <emph>metede eishshi</emph> woy <emph>akatu</emph> safaro nookkiha intijerete woy seeda intijerete handaara woy safaro amaddanno fkiima naannifikiima gede badama dandiitanno. Safaro metedete wido sa'innokkiro, baqqado bortaje danira tirantino gadete safaro horonsi'rantanno. Eishshu bikkote safaro amaddino fikiima naannifikiima gede sa'iro, gadete qinoo dihoronsi'rantanno. Gadete bikko safaro bortajete danira <emph><switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC">%PRODUCTNAME - Doorshsha</caseinline><defaultinline>Uduunne - Doogga</defaultinline></switchinline> - (Bortajete Dana) - Xaphooma</emph> woroonni qinaabbanno.
00000003.xhp
par_id3149817
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Gray Gray
00000003.xhp
par_id3153381
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You can set the locale used for controlling the formatting numbers, dates and currencies in $[officename] Basic in <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC"><emph>%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</emph></caseinline><defaultinline><emph>Tools - Options</emph></defaultinline></switchinline><emph> - Language Settings - Languages</emph>. In Basic format codes, the decimal point (<emph>.</emph>) is always used as <emph>placeholder</emph> for the decimal separator defined in your locale and will be replaced by the corresponding character. You can set the locale used for controlling the formatting numbers, dates and currencies in $[officename] Basic in <emph><switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC">%PRODUCTNAME - Preferences</caseinline><defaultinline>Tools - Options</defaultinline></switchinline> - Language Settings - Languages</emph>. In Basic format codes, the decimal point (<emph>.</emph>) is always used as <emph>placeholder</emph> for the decimal separator defined in your locale and will be replaced by the corresponding character.
00000003.xhp
par_id3153765
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Cyan Cyan
01010210.xhp
par_id3146985
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MySecondValue = myFunction(MyFirstValue) MySecondValue = myFunction(MyFirstValue)
01020100.xhp
par_id3144770
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Once you have declared a variable as a certain type, you cannot declare the variable under the same name again as a different type! Once you have declared a variable as a certain type, you cannot declare the variable under the same name again as a different type!
01020100.xhp
par_id3146966
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Integer variables range from -32768 to 32767. If you assign a floating-point value to an integer variable, the decimal places are rounded to the next integer. Integer variables are rapidly calculated in procedures and are suitable for counter variables in loops. An integer variable only requires two bytes of memory. "%" is the type-declaration character. Integer variables range from -32768 to 32767. If you assign a floating-point value to an integer variable, the decimal places are rounded to the next integer. Integer variables are rapidly calculated in procedures and are suitable for counter variables in loops. An integer variable only requires two bytes of memory. "%" is the type-declaration character.
01020100.xhp
par_id3153337
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Currency variables are internally stored as 64-bit numbers (8 Bytes) and displayed as a fixed-decimal number with 15 non-decimal and 4 decimal places. The values range from -922337203685477.5808 to +922337203685477.5807. Currency variables are used to calculate currency values with a high precision. The type-declaration character is "@". Currency variables are internally stored as 64-bit numbers (8 Bytes) and displayed as a fixed-decimal number with 15 non-decimal and 4 decimal places. The values range from -922337203685477.5808 to +922337203685477.5807. Currency variables are used to calculate currency values with a high precision. The type-declaration character is "@".
01020100.xhp
par_id3153972
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<emph>Numeric</emph> variables can contain number values. Some variables are used to store large or small numbers, and others are used for floating-point or fractional numbers. <emph>Numeric</emph> variables can contain number values. Some variables are used to store large or small numbers, and others are used for floating-point or fractional numbers.
01020100.xhp
par_id3155072
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The <emph>Option Explicit</emph> statement has to be the first line in the module, before the first SUB. Generally, only arrays need to be declared explicitly. All other variables are declared according to the type-declaration character, or - if omitted - as the default type <emph>Single</emph>. The <emph>Option Explicit</emph> statement has to be the first line in the module, before the first SUB. Generally, only arrays need to be declared explicitly. All other variables are declared according to the type-declaration character, or - if omitted - as the default type <emph>Single</emph>.
01050000.xhp
hd_id3154422
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<variable id="01050000"><link href="text/sbasic/shared/01050000.xhp" name="$[officename] Basic IDE">$[officename] Basic IDE</link></variable> <variable id="01050000"><link href="text/sbasic/shared/01050000.xhp" name="$[officename] Basic IDE">$[officename] Basic IDE</link></variable>
01050000.xhp
tit
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$[officename] Basic IDE $[officename] Basic IDE
01170101.xhp
hd_id3148750
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PositionX PositionX
01170101.xhp
par_id3154109
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<ahelp hid=".">Specify the number of the dialog page to which the current control is assigned or the page number of the dialog you want to edit.</ahelp> If a dialog has only one page set its <emph>Page (Step)</emph> value to <emph>0</emph>. <ahelp hid=".">Specify the number of the dialog page to which the current control is assigned or the page number of the dialog you want to edit.</ahelp> If a dialog has only one page set its <emph>Page (Step)</emph> value to <emph>0</emph>.
01170101.xhp
par_id3155259
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Initially, the controls receive numbers in the order they are added to the dialog. You can change the order numbers for controls. $[officename] Basic updates the order numbers automatically to avoid duplicate numbers. Controls that cannot be focused are also assigned a value but these controls are skipped when using the Tab key. Initially, the controls receive numbers in the order they are added to the dialog. You can change the order numbers for controls. $[officename] Basic updates the order numbers automatically to avoid duplicate numbers. Controls that cannot be focused are also assigned a value but these controls are skipped when using the Tab key.
03010304.xhp
par_id3153877
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8 : Gray 8 : Gray
03020204.xhp
par_id3146974
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Note for relative files: If the contents of this variable does not match the length of the record that is specified in the <emph>Len</emph> clause of the <emph>Open</emph> statement, the space between the end of the newly written record and the next record is padded with existing data from the file that you are writing to. Qaagiishsha rileetive fayllara: Kunni soorramaanchi amado <emph>Fani</emph> fooliishsho qaali <emph>Len</emph> giddo mareekkote seendilli ledo fiixoontannokkiro, haaro borreessantino mareekko jeeffo nna albisufi mareekko mereero noo foonqe borreessitanni nootto faylete giddonni heeraancho daatinni….
03020301.xhp
par_id3153527
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Use EOF to avoid errors when you attempt to get input past the end of a file. When you use the Input or Get statement to read from a file, the file pointer is advanced by the number of bytes read. When the end of a file is reached, EOF returns the value "True" (-1). faylete jeeffora eo adhate wo'naalattowote so'ro hoolate EOF horonsi'ri. Faylete giddonni nabbawate fooliishsho adhattowote, faylete mu'lisaanchi nabbawantanno bayittate kiironni….....Faylete jeeffo iillitannowote, EOF hornyo "Halaale" (-1)qolanno.
03020303.xhp
par_id3145643
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Put #iNumber,, "This is the third line of text" #iKiiro wori,, "Kuni sayikki borrote xuuraati"