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Do Loop Until  problem (Won't Stop)

Posted on 2004-04-28
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Hi
I have a problem

Question 1

My loop won't stoppp

Dim startTime As Date
Dim endTime As Date
startTime = "9:30:00"
endTime = "18:00:00"

Do
blah
blah
startTime = startTime + "0:10:00"
Loop Until (startTime = endTime)

It won't stop?

Question 2

minute2 = DatePart("n", startTime)

If minute2 = 20 Or 50 Then
blah
blah
else
blah
blah
End If

The above works if the if statement is only looking for 20 . After I put the Or in it it  just keep staying on the top and won't go to else.
Any idea why?

Thanks

Please help
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Question by:EuropePT
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bwdowhan earned 125 total points
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What if you change the (startTime = endTime) to (startTime >= endTime)..

on the minute2 questions: If ((minute2 = 20) or (minute2 = 50)) Then

~Brian
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by:EuropePT
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Great Thanks!! Both Works!
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