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Tying to insert quotes

Posted on 2006-06-12
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Hi there I am trying to use the following code


objStartPt.Insert(vbCr + "Dim sqlCmd As New SqlCommand("SaveCustomer", conn)")

but it does not like the   "SaveCustomer"  because of the quotes and i need those to be written in literatlly when the code runs.

is there a way round this

many thanks

davoman
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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Hi davoman,

Put 2:
> objStartPt.Insert(vbCr + "Dim sqlCmd As New SqlCommand(""SaveCustomer"", conn)")


Cheers!
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DOH!!!


that easy

cheers dude easy 500 for ya
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