switch/case statements

Do I have an ability to use swith/case statements in Access 97
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Jim P.Commented:
ucase and lcase are in Acc97.
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Jim P.Commented:
As in

SELECT UCASE(LastName) As LNAME
FROM MyTableName
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mbizupCommented:
Switch/case statements transleate to select..case in vba:

Select  Case SomeThing
  Case a:
   ...
   Case b:
  ...
   Case Else
  ...
End select
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JohnK813Commented:
You can use select...case statements in VBA, but not in a query.  Same goes for all versions of Access.
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mbizupCommented:
>You can use select...case statements in VBA, but not in a query
Not directly... but you can use them to calculate results of a function, and call that function from a query.
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