Abs

Returns the absolute value of a number.

Access

Tests the access authorization of a file.

ACos

Computes the arc cosine of an angle.

ACosh

Computes the hyperbolic arc cosine of an angle.

Ang

Computes the angle polar coordinate from two rectangular coordinates.

Asc

Returns the ASCII code of a character in a string.^{[1]}

ASin

Computes the arc sine of an angle.

ASinh

Computes the hyperbolic arc sine of an angle.

ATan

Computes the arc tangent of an angle.

ATan2

Computes the arc tangent of two numbers.

ATanh

Computes the hyperbolic arc tangent of an angle.

Bool@

Return the Boolean value located at a given memory address.

Byte@

Return the Byte value located at a given memory address.

CBool

Converts a value to a Boolean.

Cbr

Cubic root

CByte

Converts a value to a Byte.

CDate

Converts a value to a Date.

CFloat

Converts a value to a Float.

Chr$

Returns a character from its ASCII code.^{[1]}

CInt

Converts a value to an Integer.

CLong

Converts a value to a Long.

CLOSE

Closes a stream

Comp

Compares two strings.^{[1]}

Conv$

Converts a string from a charset to another charset.

COPY

Copy a file.

Cos

Computes the cosine of an angle.

Cosh

Computes the hyperbolic cosine of an angle.

CShort

Converts a value to a Short.

CSingle

Converts a value to a Single.

CStr

Converts a value to a String.

CVariant

Converts a value to a Variant.

Date

Returns a date without its time component.

DateAdd

Adds a period to a given date.

DateDiff

Returns the period between two dates.

Day

Returns the day of a Date value.

DConv$

Converts a string from the system charset to UTF8 (the desktop charset).

DEC

Decrements a variable.

Deg

Converts radians to degrees.

DFree

Returns the free space on a device.

Dir

Browses a directory.

Eof

Returns if the end of file is reached.

ERROR

Prints expressions to the error standard output.

ERROR TO

Redirects the standard error output.

Exist

Checks if a specific file or directory exists.

Exp

Exponential, e^x

Exp2

2^x

Exp10

10^x

Expm

Exp(x)  1

Eval

Evaluates an expression.

Fix

Returns the integer part of a number.

Float@

Return the Float value located at a given memory address.

FLUSH

Flushes the output of a buffered stream.

Format$

Format a number or a date.

Frac

Returns the fractional part of a number.

Hour

Returns the hours of a Date value.

Html$

Quotes a string so that it is valid html.^{[1]}

Hyp

Calculate the hypotenuse of a triangle.

INC

Increments a variable.

INPUT

Reads strings from a text stream and converts them into values.

INPUT FROM

Redirects the standard input.

InStr

Searches a string into another string.^{[1]}

Int

Returns the mathematical integer part of a number.

Int@

Return the Integer value located at a given memory address.

IsDir

Returns if a path points at a directory.

KILL

Removes a file.

LCase$

Converts a string to lowercase.^{[1]}

Left$

Returns the first characters of a string.^{[1]}

Len

Returns the length of a string.^{[1]}

LINE INPUT

Reads lines from a text stream.

LOCK

Locks an opened stream.

Lof

Returns the length of a stream.

Long@

Return the Long value located at a given memory address.

LINK

Creates a symbolic link.

Log

Neperian logarithm, base e logarithm

Log2

Base 2 logarithm

Log10

Decimal logarithm

Logp

Log(1+x)

LTrim$

Strips white spaces from the left of a string.^{[1]}

Mag

Computes the distance polar coordinate from two rectangular coordinates.

Max

Returns the maximum number.

Mid$

Returns a part of a string.^{[1]}

Min

Returns the minimum number.

Minute

Returns the minutes of a Date value.

MKDIR

Creates a directory.

Month

Returns the month of a Date value.

MOVE

Renames or moves a file or a directory.

Now

Returns the current date and time.

OPEN

Opens a file for reading or writing and creates a stream for it.

OUTPUT TO

Redirects the standard output.

Pi

Returns π or a multiple of π.

PIPE

Opens a named pipe for reading or writing and creates a stream for it.

Pointer@

Return the Pointer value located at a given memory address.

PRINT

Prints expressions to a stream.

Quote$

Quotes a string.^{[1]}

Rad

Converts degrees to radians.

RANDOMIZE

Intializes the pseudorandom number generator.

RDir

Browses a directory recursively.

READ

Reads binary data from a stream.

Replace$

Replaces in a string a substring by another one.^{[1]}

Right$

Returns the last characters of a string.^{[1]}

RInStr

Searches a string into another string from its right.^{[1]}

RMDIR

Removes an empty directory.

Rnd

Returns a pseudorandom number.

Round

Rounds a number.

RTrim$

Strips white spaces from the right of a string.^{[1]}

Scan

Splits a string against a regular expression pattern.^{[1]}

SConv$

Converts a string from UTF8 (the desktop charset) to the system charset.

Second

Returns the seconds of a Date value.

SEEK

Change the position of the stream file pointer.

Seek

Gets the position of the stream file pointer.

Sgn

Returns the sign of a number.

Short@

Return the Short value located at a given memory address.

Sin

Computes the sine of an angle.

Single@

Return the Single value located at a given memory address.

Sinh

Computes the hyperbolic sine of an angle.

Space$

Returns a string containing only space.^{[1]}

Split

Splits a string into substrings.^{[1]}

Sqr

Square root

Stat

Get information about a file.

Str$

Converts a number or a date into a string.

String$

Returns the same string concatenated many times.^{[1]}

Subst$

Substitutes strings in a pattern.^{[1]}

Tan

Computes the tangent of an angle.

Tanh

Computes the hyperbolic tangent of an angle.

Temp$

Makes temporary file names.

Time

Returns the time part of a Date value.

Timer

Returns the number of elapsed seconds since the program started.

Tr$

Translate a string.

Trim$

Strips white spaces from a string.^{[1]}

UCase$

Converts a string to uppercase.^{[1]}

UNLOCK

Unlocks an opened stream.

UnQuote$

Unquotes a string.^{[1]}

Val

Converts a string into a number or a date.

Week

Returns the week number of a Date value.

WeekDay

Returns the week day of a Date value.

WRITE

Write binary data to a stream.

Year

Returns the year of a Date value.
