delete

i need the format for the following SQL statements in VB6
"delete * from MyTable"   --- MyTable is a variable string
"delete * from MyTable where OneField = 1"  ---- OneField Is a variable vbLong

thanks
sml41Asked:
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mark2150Commented:
SQL = "DELETE * FROM " & MyTable
SQL = "DELETE * FROM " & MyTable & " WHERE " & OneField & "=1"

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
IF your database engine is not Access, you must not put the star (*) in your query:

SQL = "DELETE FROM " & MyTable
SQL = "DELETE FROM " & MyTable & " WHERE " & OneField & "=1"


mark2150Commented:
Oops! You're certainly right. I was copying the example given. Me Bad!

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sml41Author Commented:
thanks : mark2150
lock the Q to give u thr points.
mark2150Commented:
Thank you!

Are you aware you can "Grade Comment as Answer" now? Is new feature here at E-E.

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sml41Author Commented:
no i don't so how does that work?
mark2150Commented:
On the grade page you should see an option to grade comment as answer. Select that and you can award points without having to go thru the "post for points" fiddle faddle! just trying to make life simpler here at E-E.

There is even some discussion about doing away with the Comment/Answer checks entirely. They may even be able to get automatic point splitting to work where you'ld select *several* commentors to receive the points. Only time will tell.

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