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Posted on 2004-04-21
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MsgBox "Some text "+CAST ([issueStatusCombo] AS String)+" some text"

Any ideas why this won't compile?
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Question by:Loraura
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MsgBox "Some text " & issueStatusCombo.text & " some text"
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by:dancebert
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Cast() is a SQL function, won't work in VB.  issueStatusCombo.text is already of type string, there's no reason for conversion.
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by:Nightma12
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you seperate text with code with & not +
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