Apart from performing mathematical calculations using builtin math functions, the Visual Basic 6 has functions that can handle financial data. You can always write your own functions, however, VB 6 provides builtin functions.
A list of financial functions are given below.
|DDB, SLN, SYD||Compute depriciation|
|FV||Compute the future value|
|Rate||Rate of Interest|
|IRR, MIRR||Compute the Internal rate of return|
|NPer||Compute the number of periods|
|IPmt, Pmt, PPmt||Compute the payments|
|NPV, PV||Compute Present value and Net Present Value|
Note: click on each function to see an example.
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