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Function makereal, makeint, makestr, makebool Purpose A collection of functions that convert one data type to another. Description During evaluation of an expression, intermixed types are automatically converted to the type of higher operability. Conversion to a type of lower operability can be misleading, and therefore, must be done explicitly using the makeXXXX functions. The following list shows the operability order. real <----------- Highest operability int str bool <----------- Lowest operability Please see individual functions for more details on how each makeXXXX function performs the conversion. See Also makereal makeint makestr makebool systemvar

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