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Determining if ftMemo field is empty?

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In D5, I create a table programmatically, with one column called SQL_CODE of type ftMemo.  I need to programmatically determine if the column if empty.  I have tried the following, and they do NOT work...

1).  if (Table1.FieldByName('SQL_CODE')).AsString.Lines.Count = 0 ...

2).  if (Table1.FieldByName('SQL_CODE')).Value.Lines.Count = 0 ...

3). if length(Table1.FieldByName('SQL_CODE')).Value) = 0 ...

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Use:

if Table1.FieldByName('SLQ_CODE').IsNull then

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