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Combine SQL update strings

This string works for what I need, but how can I shorten it for multiple column updates in the same row ?

UpdateString = "UPDATE [BCOMerchantTable] set [MerchName]= '" + NewMerchName + "' WHERE MerchID ='" + MerchID + "' UPDATE [BCOMerchantTable] set [MerchAddress]= '" + NewMerchAddress + "' WHERE MerchID = '" + MerchID + '";
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cbrick04
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derobyCommented:
UpdateString = "UPDATE [BCOMerchantTable] set [MerchName]= '" + NewMerchName + "', [MerchAddress]= '" + NewMerchAddress + "' WHERE MerchID = '" + MerchID + '";
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
UpdateString = "UPDATE [BCOMerchantTable] set [MerchName]= '" + NewMerchName +
 + "' , [MerchAddress]= '" + NewMerchAddress + "' WHERE MerchID = '" + MerchID + '";
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derobyCommented:
In other words : you can simply list all the fields to be updated one after the other, separated by comma's

UPDATE <sometable> SET field1 = 'value1', field2 = 'value2', field3 ='value3', etc...  WHERE <something is true>
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