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NULL database fields.... so annoying!

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mystring = IIf(rsStud("L1 to OCN") is null , "", rsStud("L1 to OCN"))
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mystring = IIf(rsStud("L1 to OCN") = null , "", rsStud("L1 to OCN"))
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mystring = IIf(rsStud("L1 to OCN") = VbNullString , "", rsStud("L1 to OCN"))
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(rsStud("L1 to OCN") is a text field in an Access2k DB)

all these methods return an error how can i perform this operation?

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Éric Moreau earned 200 total points
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simply use this :
mystring = rsStud("L1 to OCN") & ""
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by:djdidge
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i can see how that works, by converting the null value into an empty string.

That is a bit rubbish on microsoft's part.

anyway thanks emoreau.
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