|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modPhoneButtonLetters module.|
|PhoneLettersToDigits||Procedure||Get the numbers for each letter in a string.|
|PhoneLetterToButton||Procedure||Find the number of the button on the phone pad for a letter.|
|PhoneNumberToLetters||Procedure||Get the letters for each number in the string.|
|PhoneNumberToLetter||Procedure||Find the letters for a number on the phone pad.|
' Example of modPhoneButtonLetters ' ' To use this example, create a new module and paste this code into it. ' Then run the procedure by putting the cursor in the procedure and pressing: ' F5 to run it, or ' F8 to step through it line-by-line (see the Debug menu for more options) Private Sub Example_modPhoneButtonLetters() ' Comments: Examples of using the modPhoneButtonLetters module to convert phone number buttons and letters in VBA and VB6. ' See the results in the Immediate Window. Const cstrPhone As String = "703-356-4700" Dim intChar As Integer ' Display the letters for a phone number. ' In this one, the buttons with no letters are skipped (e.g. PQRS DEF DEF JKL MNO GHI PQRS) Debug.Print "Letters for phone number " & cstrPhone & ": " & PhoneNumberToLetters(cstrPhone) Debug.Print ' In this one, the buttons with no letters are included with their original number (e.g. PQRS 0 DEF DEF JKL MNO GHI PQRS 0 0) Debug.Print "Letters for phone number for all digits " & cstrPhone & ": " & PhoneNumberToLetters(cstrPhone, True) Debug.Print Debug.Print "Phone letters for each button:" For intChar = 0 To 9 Debug.Print intChar & ":" & PhoneNumberToLetter(intChar) & " "; Next intChar Debug.Print Debug.Print Debug.Print "Phone button for each letter:" For intChar = Asc("A") To Asc("Z") Debug.Print Chr(intChar) & ":" & PhoneLetterToButton(Chr(intChar)) & " "; Next intChar Debug.Print End Sub
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