Adding variables in vba

hityou123

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I need to add two variables and store it in another variable
But I cant figure out how to do it

myresult = sum (var1+var2) ??
 

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hityou123

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hehe. I am dumb. Thanks.

I was working with hex to dec conversion and thought adding would be

myresult = evaluate ("sum(var1+var2)")

huh:biggrin:
 
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hityou123,

Code:
Option Explicit
Sub Test()

Dim var1 As Double, var2 As Double, myresult As Double

var1 = 20.3
var2 = 33.9

myresult = var1 + var2

MsgBox "myresult = " & myresult

End Sub


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