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Array in a database

Posted on 2002-04-15
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I have a string array say arrStrNames.
Is it possible to store this variable in a single cell in a tanle of a MS Access database.
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Question by:RanjiniPraba
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If you "Join" the array with a unique delimiter, you can store it into a memo field (or maybe a text field.)  Then when you pull it out, simply "Split" it back into the array.

But why would you want to do this?  That's what relational tables are all about!
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