VB 6 – Exp () Function

The Exp() function is antilogarithm. Suppose there is a number 1000 which is 103 and its log value is 3. The the anti-log value of 3 is the number 1000. The VB 6 Exp(1) the value of constant e which is equal to 2.71828182845905 .Any value that gives result more than 709.782712893 will be an error.


A simple program to compute the Exp value is given below:

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim result As Double
result = Exp(Val(Text1.Text))
MsgBox (result)
End Sub

Output: Exp () Function

Output - Exp Function
Figure 1 – Output – Exp Function


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