Variables, Data Types, and Operators

  • Christopher Frenz


Variables are character representations of the data values that your applications will use. Each variable holds data that belongs to a certain data type. Programming languages use the term data type to classify the information that their applications deal with. In VB, for example, data types can handle strings of text or Boolean operators, as well as a variety of different numeric data types. You used some of these different data types in the previous chapter’s solution calculation program.


Data Type Conditional Statement Private Variable Integer Division Public Variable 
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