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This function returns the equivalent of one Euro based on the ISO currency code.

Syntax

EURO(code)

Arguments

The argument is the ISO currency code of certain countries. This function does not convert all currencies; only those Euro member currencies listed here.

Country/Region

ISO Currency Code

Belgium

BEF

Luxembourg

LUF

Germany

DEM

Spain

ESP

France

FRF

Ireland

IEP

Italy

ITL

Netherlands

NLG

Austria

ATS

Portugal

PTE

Finland

FIM

Euro member state

EUR

Remarks

ISO Currency Codes are from ISO 4217, the international standard describing three-letter codes to define the names of currencies. ISO is the nickname for the International Organization for Standardization.The first two letters of the code are the two-letter country codes (ISO 3166) and the third is usually the initial of the currency itself. So BEF is Belgium Franc.

Data Types

Accepts string data for the code. Returns numeric data.

Examples

EURO(""BEF"")

 

See Also

EUROCONVERT