In Microsoft Excel, you can use the IsEven and IsOdd functions, included
in the Microsoft Excel Analysis ToolPak, to determine if a number is
even or odd.
To use the IsEven and IsOdd functions within a Visual Basic macro in
Microsoft Excel, you must first create a reference to the Analysis
ToolPak Visual Basic add-in file included with Microsoft Excel. To do
this, follow these steps:
- Switch to your Visual Basic module.
- On the Tools menu, click References.
- In the list of Available References, click to select ATPVBAEN.XLA
(Microsoft Excel for Windows) or "Analysis ToolPak - VBA" (Microsoft
Excel for the Macintosh). Click OK.
If the proper entry does not appear in the list, follow these steps:
- Click Browse.
- In Microsoft Excel 97 for Windows, use the dialog box to navigate to the
Office\Library\Analysis folder. In Microsoft Excel 5.0 or 7.0, navigate
to the Excel\Library\Analysis folder. In Microsoft Excel 98 Macintosh
Edition, navigate to the 'Microsoft Office 98:Office:Excel Add-
ins:Analysis Toolpak' folder. In Microsoft Excel 5.0 for the Macintosh,
navigate to the 'Microsoft Excel:Macro Library:Analysis Tools' folder.
Select the appropriate add-in file as indicated in step 3, in the
previous section, and then click OK twice.
You can now use the IsEven and IsOdd functions to determine whether a
value is even or odd.
The following Visual Basic example tests the counter variable in a
For...Next Loop to determine if the counter value is even or odd.
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For Counter = 1 To 5
'Use the IsEven function to determine whether or not the number
'being tested is even: a return value of False means the number
'is odd. You could alternatively use the IsOdd function.
ValueIsEven = IsEven(Counter)
'If ValueIsEven is true, then...
If ValueIsEven = True Then
'...display a message box stating so.
MsgBox "The value " & Counter & " is even."
'...display a message box stating that the value is odd.
MsgBox "The value " & Counter & " is odd."
For more information about the IsEven and IsOdd functions, click the
Index tab in Microsoft Excel 7.0 Help, type the following text
and then double-click the selected text to go to the "ISEVEN worksheet
Article ID: 150374 - Last Review: October 10, 2006 - Revision: 2.3
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