StrConv$ Function

Syntax:

StrConv[$](Str,Conv)

 

Group:

String

 

Description:

 

Convert the string.

 

Parameter

Description

Str

Convert this string value. If this value is Null then Null is returned.

Conv

This numeric value indicates the type of conversion. See conversion table below.

 

 

Conv

Value

Effect

vbUpperCase

1

Convert a String to upper case.

vbLowerCase

2

Convert a String to lower case.

vbProperCase

3

Convert a String to proper case. (Not supported.)

vbWide

4

Convert a String to wide. (Only supported for eastern locales.)

vbNarrow

8

Convert a String to narrow. (Only supported for eastern locales.)

vbKatakana

16

Convert a String to Katakana. (Only supported for Japanese locales.)

vbHiragana

32

Convert a String to Hiragana. (Only supported for Japanese locales.)

vbUnicode or vbFromANSIBytes

64

Convert an ANSI (locale dependent) byte array to a Unicode string.

vbANSI

4160

Convert an ANSI (locale dependent) string to a Unicode string.

vbFromUnicode or vbANSIBytes

128

Convert from Unicode to an ANSI (locale dependent) byte array.

vbANSI

4224

Convert from Unicode to an ANSI (locale dependent) string.

vbUTF8

4352

Convert a Unicode string to a UTF-8 byte array.

vbUTF8Bytes

256

Convert a Unicode string to a UTF-8 string.

vbFromUTF8

4608

Convert a UTF-8 string to a Unicode string.

vbFromUTF8Bytes

512

Convert a UTF-8 byte array to a Unicode string.

vbToBytes

1024

Convert a String to a byte array containing the low byte of each char.

vbFromBytes

2048

Convert a byte array to a String by setting the low byte of each char.

 

Conversion Rules:

If multiple conversions are specified, the conversions occur in this order:

 

See Also:

LCase$( ), StrComp( ), UCase$( )

 

Example:


Sub Main
  Dim B(1 To 3) As Byte
  B(1) = 65
  B(2) = 66
  B(3) = 67
  Debug.Print StrConv$(B,vbUnicode) '"ABC"
End
Sub