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Posted on 2006-10-19
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Hi experts
Seems like i have used this before
If txtTaxRate <> 0 Or txtTaxRate <> "" Then
I am getting: "Argument not opional" error
Am i missing something?
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Question by:isnoend2001
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Lee W, MVP earned 50 total points
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What kind of variable is that?  Integer?  Single?  Double?  String?

Your if statement is treating it as BOTH a numeric value and a string value - you can't do that.

If String, then use this:
If txtTaxRate <> "0" Or txtTaxRate <> "" Then

If Numeric, then I'd do this:
If IsNumeric(txtTaxRate) = False Or txtTaxRate = 0 Then
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by:isnoend2001
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Thanks leew
Somehow txtTaxRate had an index  txtTaxRate(64)
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