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How to Add quote into a string vb6

How to Add quote into a string vb6
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
you are presumable speak of double quote:
Dim s as string
s = "here comes 1 double quote: "". see?"

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You use Chr(34)

For example:

s = "I went to the " & Chr(34) & "store" & Chr(34) & " the other day."

s would then equal (I went to the "store" the other day.)
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