CStr - function of language VBScript

Returns an expression that has been converted to type String.
CStr(expression As Variant) As String
s = CStr(expression)
expression(Variant) Any valid expression. The value in expression determines what is returned according to the following table:
Boolean - a string containing true or false
Date - a string containing a date in the short-date format of your system
Null - a runtime error
Empty - a zero-length string ("")
Other numeric - a string containing the number

The conversion functions can be used e.g. if you want some operation result to be expressed as a particular data type (rather than the default data type). For example, use CStr to force the result to be expressed as a String.

You should use the CStr function to provide internationally aware conversions from any other data type to a String type. For example, different decimal separators are properly recognized depending on the locale setting of your system.

Dim nDouble, sString
nDouble = 437.324
sString = CStr(nDouble) 'sString contains "437.324"
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