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Exit Sub, how start from beginning?

Posted on 1998-10-22
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For instance, code like this

Private Sub xxxxxxx
If this Then  
  that
If that = xx Then
  Exit Sub

' here is where I need the code to start the Sub over from   the beginning.

Thanks.
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CarlosJac earned 20 total points
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try

Private Sub xxxxxxx

startpos:

If this Then  
  that
If that = xx Then
  Exit Sub

go to startpos

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Ah, brilliant!  Thanks.
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