Value :: operator* - Multiply two values
The operation provides the result of multiplying two numerical values. The operation is an ordinary binary operation returning the result as double value in a temporary value handle. Before multiplying, the right operand (parameter) is converted into a number. When the left value is Boolean, it is converted into 0 or 1 .
When the first operand is not numeric or Boolean, or when the second operand cannot be converted into a numerical value, the function throws an exception.
A value handle refers to a (usually) opened value. Invalid value handles may cause an exception.