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num = InputBox("Enter a number: ","PROGRAM: Square")

sumSquare = CInt(num) * CInt(num)

MsgBox("The square of " & num & " = " & sumSquare)


*NOTE*: The function CInt() is what we use to convert a text string to become a numeric integer value.

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