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I Filledup two 2.dimensinal arrays.I wont to check value in several col. of first array  wiht value in a second col. of second array and if value the same I want to replace value from first with value in second array.I have pice of code and I am not sure is it Ok. After I did this I wont to fillup access table with first array. Whent  I try this I am geting error: trying to assaign Null value to variable which is not variant type. I am not sure where I am making mistake. I Checke table filds types to be sure it looks ok.
Here is pice of code which I am using
Dim PullPatientSpec(5950, 23) As Variant
Dim Pullcode(344, 4) As Variant

Dim rowp As Integer
Dim colp As Integer
Dim rowc As Integer
Dim colc As Integer

For rowp = 0 To 5950
For colp = 4 To 14
    For rowc = 0 To 344
    colc = 1
       
        If Pullcode(rowc, colc) = PullPatientSpec(rowp, colp) Then
            PullPatientSpec(rowp, colp) = Pullcode(rowc, colc + 1)
         End If
   
    Next rowc
Next colp
Next rowp

And Part for fillup access table
Set rsTemp = dbDatabase.OpenRecordset("TempPatientSpecific", dbOpenDynaset)

rsTemp.AddNew
Dim PullPatientSpec(5950, 23) As Variant
Dim rowp As Integer
Dim colp As Integer

For rowp = 0 To 5950
rsTemp.AddNew
For colp = 0 To 23
rsTemp.Fields(colp) = PullPatientSpec(rowp, colp)

Next colp
rsTemp.Update
Next rowp

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Question by:backroads
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samopal earned 100 total points
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It's a common mistake - try to assign NULL value to Access field. Change the line rsTemp.Fields(colp)=... to
If not IsNull(PullPatientSpec(rowp, colp) Then rsTemp.Fields(colp) = PullPatientSpec(rowp, colp)


HTH

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by:wsh2
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Wait a second samopal.. read the code again.. backroads is looping too many times through the code for BOTH tables!!!

Dim PullPatientSpec(5950, 23) As Variant

The PullPatient Spec is defined as 5950 rows.. since VB arrays (unless explicitly overridden) are zero based, that means index values can only be in the range of 0 to 5949.. as such.. the FOR loop statement he uses..

For rowp = 0 To 5950

is definitely going to error out because he is exceeding the end of the array on the last pass.

Backroads.. adjust your loops accordingly, k?





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by:samopal
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To wsh2: Look at Backroad's original message:
<I try this I am geting error: trying to assaign Null value to variable
What you found is a mistake, but it's ahead :-)))
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