# Visual Basic - explicit conversion to 16-bit unsigned integer: CUShort

the required type conversion can be carried out as follows:## CUShort

### Description

` CUShort (`*expr*)

### Input

- expr - any

### Output

- return - 16-bit unsigned integer

### Examples

## Visual Basic .NET

explicit conversion to 16-bit unsigned integer the possible of use:```
xmin = 0
ymax = 65535
Dim x As ushort=280 ' x = 280
Dim y As ushort= 1025 mod 8 ' y = 128
y = CUShort((x * y)) ' z = 35840
```

you can find it in the following collections: explicit type conversions

explicit conversion to 16-bit unsigned integer in another programming language:

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