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Checking the value of a variable/parameter

Posted on 2006-06-28
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I'm use do doing web apps and depending on  the language there is always away to display a varaible/parameter that is being passed.

I'm trying to set a variable to a field being pulled from a dataset so that I can check it with  if/case statement.

what would be the syntax for having that display on the form when running the app?

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Hi,

Can you please pad out your question a bit?

Is your question to do with how to obtain data from the dataset, or how to display it?

Cheers

Nick
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by:TimSweet220
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In cold fusion for example you can do a CFDump and all the variables/parameters in a recordset will be displayed.  I want to be able to do something similar in this vb app.
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