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This article contains a sample Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications function that converts an integer number to any base less than 10.
The following function is a sample function called "baseconv" that takes two arguments. The first argument, InputNum, is an integer number to be converted. The second argument, BaseNum, is the number of the base to convert InputNum to.
Sample Visual Basic Procedure
The function should be typed in a worksheet cell as follows:
For example, the following call to the baseconv function
returns the following value in the cell:
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