|num||An expression that resolves to a number or numeric string.|
The FMUL function multiplies two numbers and returns the product. If a num value is a null string or a non-numeric value, FMUL parses its value as 0 (zero).
You can perform the same operation using the multiplication operator (*). Refer to the Operators page of this manual.
To perform arithmetic operations on floating point numbers, use the FADD, FSUB, FMUL, and FDIV functions, or use the standard arithmetic operators.
To perform arithmetic operations on numeric strings, use the SADD, SSUB, SMUL, and SDIV functions.
To perform integer division, use the DIV function. To perform modulo division, use the MOD function.
To perform arithmetic operations on corresponding elements of dynamic arrays, use the ADDS, SUBS, MULS, DIVS, and MODS functions.
To perform numeric comparison operations, use the SCMP function, or use the standard comparison operators.
The following examples use the FMUL function to multiply two floating point numbers:
PRINT FMUL(3.33,78.0); ! returns 259.74