Wrap String

Posted on 2007-04-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi: This is the the string.
TxtString1 = "DBTRADDR" & "," & mAddress1A & "," & mAddress1B & "," & mCity1 & "," & mState1 & "," & mZip1 _
& "," & """"

And this is the result
DBTRADDR,100 E GRAND BLVD STE 100,"",CORONA,CA,928792222,""

My question is how to i put a double quotation mark around each field. Even if there is a value or no value in it. It must be wrap with double quotation mark like that. I try it but it not wrap the fields which have value in it.
DBTRADDR,"100 E GRAND BLVD STE 100","","CORONA","CA","928792222",""


TxtString1 = "DBTRADDR" & "," & iif (IsNull(mAddress1A), chr(34) & chr(34), mAddress1A) & "," &  iif (IsNull(mAddress1B), chr(34) & chr(34), mAddress1B) & "," &  iif (IsNull(mCity1), chr(34) & chr(34), mCity1) & "," &  iif (isNull(mState1) , chr(34) & chr(34), mState1) & "," &  iif (isNull(mZip1), chr(34) & chr(34), mZip1) _
& "," & """"
Question by:mustish1
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Accepted Solution

kingtam2000 earned 500 total points
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If you want to put quotation marks around the fields, then you would add "" (double quotes) before and after each field.  So, taking your string (I'm not sure if you want to put quotation marks around DBTRADDR, I'm assuming you don't):
TxtString1 = "DBTRADDR" & ", """ & mAddress1A & """, """ & mAddress1B & """, """ & mCity1 & """, """ & mState1 & """, """ & mZip1 & """, """ & """"
You can join up the first and last strings if you wanted to so it would be:
TxtString1 = "DBTRADDR, """ & mAddress1A & """, """ & mAddress1B & """, """ & mCity1 & """, """ & mState1 & """, """ & mZip1 & """, """""

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