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Specify a range in select case statement

Function Fare(Age As IntegerAs Variant
  Select Case Age
    Case To 3, Is > 65
      Fare = 0
    Case To 15
      Fare = 10
    Case 16 To 65
      Fare = 20
    Case Else
      Fare = CVErr(xlErrNA)
  End Select
End Function

Sub test()
    MsgBox CStr(Fare(32))
End Sub


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