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I have problem with quote and double quote :(

qr = "UPDATE Task SET Finished = '<td class='biz'></td><td class='isp'><img /><img src='styles/spunta.gif'></td>' WHERE" +
            "Username+task+CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), tasktime, 103) = '" + e.CommandArgument.ToString() + "'";
        cm = new OleDbCommand(qr, con);
        con.Open();
        cm.ExecuteNonQuery();
        con.Close();
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Question by:tatamaruri
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 2000 total points
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qr = "UPDATE Task SET Finished = '<td class=''biz''></td><td class=''isp''><img /><img src=''styles/spunta.gif''></td>' WHERE" +
            " Username+task+CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), tasktime, 103) = '" + e.CommandArgument.ToString() + "'";
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by:dttri
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To clarify angelIII answer: replace ' (single quote) with '' (double single quote, not a double quote)
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by:tatamaruri
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can't do like this: qr = "UPDATE Task SET Finished = '<td class=''biz''></td><td class=''isp''><img /><img src=''styles/spunta.gif''></td>' WHERE"

in ASP.NET if you use " ,it mean you finish a string. So that you will get error at "biz"
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by:DireOrbAnt
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qr = "UPDATE Task SET Finished = '<td class=""biz""></td><td class=""isp""><img /><img src=""styles/spunta.gif""></td>' WHERE" +
            "Username+task+CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), tasktime, 103) = '" + e.CommandArgument.ToString() + "'";

to escape double quotes, use ""
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by:tatamaruri
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To: DireOrbAnt

I did as you said but get error: "; expected" at string ""biz""></td><td class=""isp""><img /><img src=""styles/spunta.gif""></td>' WHERE"

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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>in ASP.NET if you use " ,it mean you finish a string. So that you will get error at "biz"

please check carefully, i posted ''biz'' which is not the same as "biz": 2 single quotes vs double quotes.
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by:tatamaruri
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Yeah, Thanks.
I did it
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