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VBScript syntax for testing multiple values for a single variable without using multiple "OR" operators

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What is the syntax for the determining whether a variable matches a value in a set.  

For example, if I want to determine whether or not a variable is equal to one of many values
if (SECTIONABV = "ACC") or (SECTIONABV = "AIM") or (SECTIONABV = "YYY") or .... then
    do something
end if

I would prefer to compare against a set of values, something like this

if SECTIONABV in ("ACC","AIM","YYY") then
    do something
end if

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Select Case SECTIONABV
   Case "ACC", "AIM", "YYY"
      'Do that stuff
   Case Else
      'Do other stuff
End Select
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