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Posted on 2000-03-27
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I have a problem with Null in VB6

If objRec.Fields(2) = Null then
    ....
    ....
    Msgbox "Success"
End If

but the message box never appears
when I debug the code, objRec.Fields(2) valued is Null.
I think it should be true
what's wrong with this ?
anyone can help ?

  Dewi
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Use IsNull

If IsNull(objRec.Fields(2)) Then...
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by:Dewi
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Hi caraf_g,

Thank's for your help
It's very easy, How fooled I am :)

one more question,
do you know how to create table with auto increamental field (using MSSQL) ?
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=mssql&qid=10318041 

  Dewi
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