number, start, stop, interval)
Number to evaluate against the intervals.
Start of the range. Must be non-negative.
End of the range. Must be greater than
Size of each interval into which the range is partitioned.
A String containing the range within which
Returns a string that describes which interval contains the number
start must be greater than or equal to 0.
stop cannot be less than or equal to
Partition returns a range formatted with enough
leading spaces so that there are the same number of characters to the
left and right of the colon as there are characters in
stop, plus one. This ensures that the
interval text will be handled properly during any sort operations.
number is outside of the range of
start, the range reported is:
number is outside the range of
end, the range reported is:
(last_end_range + 1):
interval is 1, the range is
regardless of the
stop arguments. For example, if
interval is 1,
number is 100, and
stop is 1000,
If any of its arguments are
Partition returns a
Dim i As Integer For i = -1 To 110 \ 5 Console.WriteLine(CStr(i * 5) & " is in interval " & _ Partition(i * 5, 0, 100, 10)) Next
produces the following output:
-5 is ...