Null value in SQL statement

Hi,

please ammend this SQL code to select records if A1 and A2 fields are Null value. I used '' but it doesn't give me correct answer.

"select * From Table1 Where (((Table1.A1) = '')  And ((Table1.A2) = ''))"

Thanx
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j_a_deloozeCommented:
try:

SELECT * FROM [Table1] WHERE (([Table1].[A1] IS NULL) AND ([Table1].[A2] IS NULL));

-or-

SELECT * FROM [Table1] WHERE (([Table1].[A1] = NULL) AND ([Table1].[A2] = NULL));
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
j_a_delooze,

If this is MS SQL Server the second solution will not return any values.  Reason: Null <> Null

Anthony
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