Function that converts an expression into a Long (Number) value

Syntax CLng (expression)

Fractional values will be rounded to create a whole integer number, Tie-breaking: If the fraction is less than or equal to .5, the result will round down.

If the fraction is greater than .5, the result will round up.

CLng cannot handle Null values, use Nz() to convert Nulls to a valid number.

**Examples**

Dim lngDemo as Long

lngDemo = CLng(35000.50)

>35000

lngDemo = CLng(Nz(Me!txtInvoiceNo,0))

*“A man is like a fraction whose numerator is what he is and whose denominator is what he thinks of himself. The larger the denominator, the smaller the fraction” ~ Leo Tolstoy*

**Related:**

CBool - Convert to boolean

CByte - Convert to byte

CCur - Convert to currency (number)

CDate - Convert to Date

CDbl - Convert to Double (number)

CDec - Convert to Decimal (number)

CInt - Convert to Integer (number)

Number Data Types

Convert to Base 36

Nz - Detect a NULL value or Zero Length string.