Excel VBA  cells() parameters: Is there any difference in efficiency between passing in an integer or string?
Tag : excel , By : enginecrew
Date : January 11 2021, 03:34 PM

hope this fix your issue If you've ever worked with cells in Excel VBA you've probably passed in integer values like this: , Pretty easy to test indeed, Tim. Sub Test()
Dim value
Dim n As Long, t As Double
Debug.Print "Number of Iterations: "; FormatNumber(Rows.Count, 0)
Debug.Print "Cells(n, 3)",
t = Timer
For n = 1 To Rows.Count
value = Cells(n, 3)
Next
Debug.Print "Time in Seconds: "; Round(Timer  t, 4)
Debug.Print "Cells(n, ""C"")",
t = Timer
For n = 1 To Rows.Count
value = Cells(n, "C")
Next
Debug.Print "Time in Seconds: "; Round(Timer  t, 4)
End Sub
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