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gb (gb)

This static class includes all basic Gambas constants used by many functions.

This class is static.

Constants

Constant that represents an ascending sort.
Ascent  
Constant for big endian binary format.
BigEndian  
Constant that represents a binary comparison.
Binary  
Constant that represents the Boolean datatype.
Boolean  
Constant that represents the Byte datatype.
Byte  
Constant that represents a class.
Class  
Return a carriage return.
Cr  
Return a carriage return followed by a line feed.
CrLf  
Constant that represents the national currency format.
Currency  
Constant that represents the Date datatype.
Date  
Constant that represents a day period.
Day  
Constant that represents a descending sort.
Descent  
Flag used by the Stat property for a device special file.
Device  
Flag used by the Stat property for a directory.
Directory  
Constant used by the Access subroutine to test if a file can be executed or a directory can be browsed.
Exec  
Flag used by the Stat property for a regular file.
File  
Constant that represents a numerical format with two fixed decimal digits.
Fixed  
Constant that represents the Float datatype.
Float  
Constant that represents the Friday day.
Friday  
Constant that represents a function.
Function  
Constant that represents the general date format.
GeneralDate  
Constant that represents the general number format.
GeneralNumber  
Constant that represents an hour period.
Hour  
Constant that represents a case insensitive comparison.
IgnoreCase  
Input  
Constant that represents the Integer datatype.
Integer  
Constant that represents the international currency format.
International  
Constant that represents a language-aware comparison.
Language  
Return a line feed.
Lf  
Constant that represents a string comparison based on the LIKE operator.
Like  
Flag used by the Stat property for a symbolic link.
Link  
Constant for little endian binary format.
LittleEndian  
Constant that represents the Long datatype.
Long  
Constant that represents a long date format.
LongDate  
Constant that represents the long time format.
LongTime  
This constant is used by Stream.EndOfLine for indicating that lines of text are separated by a Chr$(13) character.
Mac  
Constant that represents a string comparison based on the MATCH operator.
Match  
Constant that represents the medium date format.
MediumDate  
Constant that represents the medium time format.
MediumTime  
Constant that represents a millisecond period.
Millisecond  
Constant that represents a minute period.
Minute  
Constant that represents the Monday day.
Monday  
Constant that represents a month period.
Month  
Constant that represents a natural comparison.
Natural  
The string constant for end of line.
NewLine  
Constant that represents the NULL datatype.
Null  
Constant that represents the Object datatype.
Object  
Output  
Constant that represents the percent numeric format.
Percent  
Flag used by the Stat property for a named pipe.
Pipe  
Constant that represents the Pointer datatype.
Pointer  
Constant that represents a quarter period.
Quarter  
Constant used by the Access subroutine to test if a file can be read.
Read  
Constant that represents the Saturday day.
Saturday  
Constant that represents the scientific numeric format.
Scientific  
Constant that represents a second period.
Second  
Constant that represents the Short datatype.
Short  
Constant that represents the short date format.
ShortDate  
Constant that represents the short number format.
ShortNumber  
Constant that represents the short time format.
ShortTime  
Constant that represents the Single datatype.
Single  
Flag used by the Stat property for a socket.
Socket  
Constant that represents the standard format for number or dates.
Standard  
Constant that represents the String datatype.
String  
Constant that represents the Sunday day.
Sunday  
String constant for the tabulation character.
Tab  
Constant that represents the Thursday day.
Thursday  
Constant that represents the Tuesday day.
Tuesday  
This constant is used by Stream.EndOfLine for indicating that lines of text are separated by a Chr$(10) character.
Unix  
Constant that represents the Variant datatype.
Variant  
Constant that represents the Wednesday day.
Wednesday  
Constant that represents a week period.
Week  
Constant that represents working days.
WeekDay  
This constant is used by Stream.EndOfLine for indicating that lines of text are separated by a Chr$(13) & Chr$(10) character sequence.
Windows  
Constant used by the Access subroutine to test if a file can be written.
Write  
Constant that represents a year period.
Year  

See also