Each variable will use the bytes by the typeby (Login burger2227)
A$ = 1 byte per ASCII character (String)
A% = 2 bytes per value (Integer)
A! = 4 bytes per value (if no type is assigned to a variable, it will become a Single as default)
A& = 4 bytes per value (Long)
A# = 8 bytes per value (Double)
There is no accumulation of bytes as each variable type is assigned to memory once. It can be used over and over without any memory increase. Different variables will use more memory.
Only use Double variables when you need better accuracy or use large values.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|if i am reading it correctly...||on Jan 25|
|* yes||on Jan 25|
|thanks||on Jan 26|
|If you want to avoid "Out of memory errors" later.........||on Jan 26|
|yes, i have tons of subs||on Jan 26|
|* Just use DIM SHARED if you want. COMMON SHARED is for linked modules.||on Jan 26|