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How do I change VB condition: IIf([testsup]=Yes,">>>>>"," ") AS
testsup1
to a SQL statement?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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cypisek wrote:
How do I change VB condition: IIf([testsup]=Yes,">>>>>"," ") AS
testsup1
to a SQL statement?


Which dialect of SQL?

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Nov 13 '05 #2

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Cypisek,
Well . . . but . . . isn't it already JetSQL? In VBA it would be more like
If !TESTSUP='YES' THEN ">>>>>" ELSE " " END IF.
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How do I change VB condition: IIf([testsup]=Yes,">>>>>"," ") AS
testsup1
to a SQL statement?

Nov 13 '05 #3

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