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IsNothing() IsEmpty() : Why i can not find it in Access 2003 Visual Basic For Application?

BUX
They exist in Visual Studio .Net , but I do not know the name of dll
to create the reference!
Can you please help me?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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BUX wrote:
They exist in Visual Studio .Net , but I do not know the name of dll
to create the reference!
Can you please help me?


They aren't part of Access, but you can mimic them with your own,
user-defined functions, using such as IsNull, or If(Len(CStr(myvar)) <=
0) etc. etc.

Edward

Nov 13 '05 #2
On Mon, 22 Aug 2005 19:15:56 GMT, BUX <pi***@pippo.it> wrote:
They exist in Visual Studio .Net , but I do not know the name of dll
to create the reference!
Can you please help me?


You wouldn't want the overhead of calling into the .Net platform just for 2
simle functions - even assuming they would work as expected from VBA.

Anyway, IsEmpty does exist in VBA, and to find out if an object reference is
Nothing, just say If <variable> Is Nothing ...
Nov 13 '05 #3
BUX
Thank you very much
Nov 13 '05 #4
BUX
thank you for yor help

Nov 13 '05 #5

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