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convert null value into space

Posted on 2004-03-24
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hi,
when i load a "null" value from a field in a table into a control, for e.g a text box,or listview, it will give me error of
"Type Mismatch".any way or syntax that can "convert" the null value into a valid space that can be stored by a
control?any solution for this?

i dun wan to use long statement like:
      if isnull(objrec1!field1)=true then text1=" "


thx.
daniel
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just give

text1.text = "" & objrec1!field1
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