Macro. Provides an argument for functions specifying 32-bit (4-byte) single-precision data type.
writes the series in the current Window to the file named MYFILE as 32-bit IEEE standard single-precision floating point values. The above example is equivalent to writeb("MYFILE",6).
FLOAT is not a stand-alone Worksheet function. It can only act as an argument for functions, such as READB, WRITEB, and other functions with data type arguments.