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UBOUND
   POWERARRAY Object#UBOUND
   UBOUND function
    POWERARRAY Object#UBOUND
    UBOUND function
UCASE
   ARRAY SCAN statement
   ARRAY SORT statement
   UCASE$ function
    ARRAY SCAN statement
    ARRAY SORT statement
    UCASE$ function
UCASE$
UCODE$
UCODEPAGE
UDP
   TCP and UDP Communications
   UDP CLOSE statement
   UDP NOTIFY statement
   UDP OPEN statement
   UDP RECV statement
   UDP SEND statement
    TCP and UDP Communications
    UDP CLOSE statement
    UDP NOTIFY statement
    UDP OPEN statement
    UDP RECV statement
    UDP SEND statement
UDP CLOSE
UDP NOTIFY
UDP OPEN
UDP RECV
UDP SEND
UDT
   Accessing the fields of a User-Defined Type
   Built-in User Defined Types
   Defining User-Defined Types
   Nesting User-Defined Types
   Storage requirements and restrictions
   TYPE SET statement
   TYPE/END TYPE block
   UNION/END UNION statements
   Unions
   User-Defined Types (UDTs)
   Using arrays of User-Defined Types
   Using User-Defined Types with procedures and functions
    Accessing the fields of a User-Defined Type
    Built-in User Defined Types
    Defining User-Defined Types
    Nesting User-Defined Types
    Storage requirements and restrictions
    TYPE SET statement
    TYPE/END TYPE block
    UNION/END UNION statements
    Unions
    User-Defined Types (UDTs)
    Using arrays of User-Defined Types
    Using User-Defined Types with procedures and functions
Unary operators
UNICODE
    Characters_ Strings_ and Unicode
    CLIPBOARD statement
Unicode conversion
   ACODE$ function
   UCODE$ function
   UCODEPAGE statement
    ACODE$ function
    UCODE$ function
    UCODEPAGE statement
UNION
   Union Storage requirements and restrictions
   UNION/END UNION statements
   Unions
   User-Defined Types (UDTs)
    Union Storage requirements and restrictions
    UNION/END UNION statements
    Unions
    User-Defined Types (UDTs)
UNIT
Universally Unique Identifier
   GUID$ function
   GUIDTXT$ function
    GUID$ function
    GUIDTXT$ function
UNLOCK
   GLOBALMEM statement
   IPowerArray.UNLOCK
   UNLOCK statement
    GLOBALMEM statement
    IPowerArray.UNLOCK
    UNLOCK statement
Unsigned data types
   Byte (?)
   Double-word (???)
   Word (??)
    Byte (?)
    Double-word (???)
    Word (??)
UNTIL
UNWRAP$
UP
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_MOUSE
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_SCROLL
    CON.MOUSE
    CON.SCROLL.UP
    MOUSE statement
    SCROLL statement
Upgrading From DOS
   Language Incompatibilities
   Upgrading To PBCC
    Language Incompatibilities
    Upgrading From DOS
User-Defined Types
   Accessing the fields of a User-Defined Type
   Built-in User Defined Types
   Defining User-Defined Types
   Nesting User-Defined Types
   Storage requirements and restrictions
   TYPE SET statement
   TYPE/END TYPE block
   UNION/END UNION statements
   Unions
   User-Defined Types (UDTs)
   Using arrays of User-Defined Types
   Using User-Defined Types with procedures and functions
User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
USING
   Appendix B - Upgrading from DOS
   CALL DWORD statement
   CSET statement
   CSET$ function
   LSET statement
   LSET$ function
   RSET statement
   RSET$ function
   TYPE SET statement
    CALL DWORD statement
    CSET statement
    CSET$ function
    LSET statement
    LSET$ function
    RSET statement
    RSET$ function
    TYPE SET statement
    Upgrading from DOS
    USING$ function
Using assembly-language in your code
USING$
   Upgrading To PBCC
   USING$ function
    Upgrading From DOS
    USING$ function
UTF-16
UTF-8
   Characters, Strings, and Unicode
   ChrToUtf8$ function
   Utf8ToChr$ function
    ChrToUtf8$ function
    Utf8ToChr$ function
Utf8ToChr$
UUID
   GUID$ function
   GUIDTXT$ function



VAL
   VAL function
   VAL statement
    VAL function
    VAL statement
VALUEGET
VALUESET
VALUETYPE
VAR
   #UNIQUE metastatement
   Appendix B - Upgrading from DOS
Variable
   Default Variable Typing
   Dynamic (Variable-length) strings ($)
   LET statement
   LET statement (with Objects)
   LET statement (with Types)
   LET statement (with Variants)
   Variable scope
   Variable Types
   Variables
   VARPTR function
    Default Variable Typing
    LET statement
    LET statement (with Objects)
    LET statement (with Types)
    LET statement (with Variants)
    Variable-length Strings
    Variable addresses
    Variable assignment
    Variable Scope
    Variable Types
    Variables
VARIANT
   DIM statement
   Variant Data Types
    DIM statement
    Variant Data Types
VARIANT#
VARIANT$
VARIANT$$
VARIANTVT
VARPTR
VARPTR32
VBX
VERIFY
VERSION$
VERSION3
VERSION4
VERSION5
VERSIONINFO
VERT
VFT
VIEW
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_VIEW_GET
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_VIEW_SET
   GRAPHIC GET VIEW statement
   GRAPHIC SET VIEW statement
    CON.VIEW
    CON.VIEW.COL
    CON.VIEW.ROW
    CONSOLE GET VIEW statement
    CONSOLE SET VIEW statement
    GRAPHIC GET VIEW statement
    GRAPHIC SET VIEW statement
View.X
View.Y
VIRTUAL
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_VIRTUAL_GET
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_VIRTUAL_SET
   GRAPHIC SET VIRTUAL statement
    CON.VIRTUAL
    CON.VIRTUAL
    CON.VIRTUAL.COL
    CON.VIRTUAL.ROW
    CONSOLE GET VIRTUAL statement
    CONSOLE SET VIRTUAL statement
    GRAPHIC SET VIRTUAL statement
VISIBLE
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_PAGE_VISIBLE_GET
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_PAGE_VISIBLE_SET
    CON.PAGE.VISIBLE
    CON.PAGE.VISIBLE
Visual Basic
   Comparative Data Types Visual Basic 6
   Pointers to arrays
    Comparative Data Types Visual Basic 6
    Visual Basic arrays
VTBL



WAITKEY$
   CONSOLE pseudo-object#CON_WAITKEY_
   GRAPHIC WAITKEY$ statement
   TXT pseudo-object
    CON.WAITKEY$
    GRAPHIC WAITKEY$ statement
    TXT.WAITKEY$
    WAITKEY$ function
WAITSTAT
Warranty
Watch Dialog
WAVE
   #RESOURCE metastatement
   PLAY statement
    #RESOURCE metastatement
    PLAY statement
Web Site
WEND
What's New
   Additonal Changes
   Changes to existing Statements and Functions
   New in the IDE
   New Statements and Functions
    Additonal Changes
    Changes to existing Statements and Functions
    New in the IDE
    New Statements and Functions
WHILE
   DO/LOOP statements
   WHILE/WEND statements
    DO/LOOP statements
    WHILE/WEND statements
WIDE
    OPEN statement
WIDTH
   FILESCAN statement
   GRAPHIC WIDTH statement
   XPRINT WIDTH statement
    FILESCAN statement
    GRAPHIC WIDTH statement
    XPRINT WIDTH statement
WIN32API.INC Updates
WIN95
WINDOW
   GRAPHIC WINDOW CLICK statement
   GRAPHIC WINDOW END statement
   GRAPHIC WINDOW HIDE statement
   GRAPHIC WINDOW MINIMIZE statement
   GRAPHIC WINDOW NONSTABLE statement
   GRAPHIC WINDOW NORMAL statement
   GRAPHIC WINDOW STABLE statement
   GRAPHIC WINDOW statement
   TXT pseudo-object
    GRAPHIC WINDOW CLICK statement
    GRAPHIC WINDOW END statement
    GRAPHIC WINDOW HIDE statement
    GRAPHIC WINDOW MINIMIZE statement
    GRAPHIC WINDOW NONSTABLE statement
    GRAPHIC WINDOW NORMALIZE statement
    GRAPHIC WINDOW STABILIZE statement
    GRAPHIC WINDOW statement
    TXT pseudo-object
Window Menu
WINMAIN
WINMAIN&
Winsock
WITH
   REGREPL statement
   REPLACE statement
    REGREPL statement
    REPLACE statement
WORD
   Double-word (???)
   MEMORY statement
   TYPE/END TYPE block
   Word (??)
    Double-word (???)
    MEMORY statement
    TYPE/END TYPE block
    Word (??)
WORDWRAP
   GRAPHIC GET WORDWRAP statement
   GRAPHIC SET WORDWRAP statement
   XPRINT GET WORDWRAP statement
   XPRINT SET WORDWRAP statement
    GRAPHIC GET WORDWRAP statement
    GRAPHIC SET WORDWRAP statement
    XPRINT GET WORDWRAP statement
    XPRINT SET WORDWRAP statement
WRAP
   GRAPHIC GET WRAP statement
   GRAPHIC SET WRAP statement
   XPRINT GET WRAP statement
   XPRINT SET WRAP statement
    GRAPHIC GET WRAP statement
    GRAPHIC SET WRAP statement
    XPRINT GET WRAP statement
    XPRINT SET WRAP statement
WRAP$
WRITE
WRITE#
Writing an error handler
Writing and reading data
Writing code in PB/CC
WSTRING
WSTRINGZ


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