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SQL with access 97 mdb

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Hi,
I use Delphi 5 with a Access 97 mdb and ADO.
In the delphi adoquery1 sql editor i want to do this :

SELECT agv(table1.pourcent)....
FROM ...

But table1.pourcent is a string.
How to convert to int ?

SELECT avg(cint(table1.pourcent)) dont work
also dont work : stringtostr, string_to_str...

Where i can find a document where all the function are detailled ?


Thanks.

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what is table1? a ttable instance?
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table1 is a table in the access mdb
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what about

SELECT avg(pourcent)....  
FROM table1

??

pourcent is a textfield?
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