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Compile error when calling a sub from a form sub

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Hi Experts,

I have a form with a cancel button. I want to erase some data from my table if user clicks cancel. So in the sub cmdCancel_Click(), I call the sub DeleteData as

DeleteData(strTable, myDate)

But it shows as a compile error: expected: =

I don't understand why this happens as the DeleteData sub is declared in a common module as public.

Can anyone help?
Thanks~
Public Sub DeleteData(TableName As String, aDate As Date)
    Dim strSQL As String
    strSQL = "DELETE * FROM " & TableName & " WHERE Cstr([Date]) = '" & aDate & "'"
    CurrentDb.Execute (strSQL)
End Sub

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Kelvin Sparks earned 2000 total points
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Try using Call DeleteData(strTable, myDate)

Instead of DeleteData(strTable, myDate)


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Great! It works. Thanks
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