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Posted on 2010-08-16
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I have a list with two types of data.

1st Type: NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 01068CRUH
2nd Type: NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 00257

I want to write a expression that only gives me the 2nd type without the Letters on the end.

I tried
Between "NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 00000" And "NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 99999"

Did not work.  It still gave me the ones with the letters on the end.  Any suggestions?
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Question by:mato01
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by:dqmq
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Please show exact syntax of  query using:
 
Between "NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 00000" And "NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 99999"

Reason I ask, is because that does not appear to be a valid VBA expression to me.
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by:shaydie
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You could just test to see if the last char in the string is a number...

SELECT Table.tItem, IsNumeric(Right([tItem],1)) AS Item
FROM Table
WHERE (((IsNumeric(Right([tItem],1)))=True));
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by:mato01
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Here is the syntax fo query:

UPDATE [TBL ALL REPORTS] SET [TBL ALL REPORTS].COMMENTS = "Order will be Approved"
WHERE ((([TBL ALL REPORTS].REPORT)="CONSTRAINT") AND (([TBL ALL REPORTS].[ERROR MESSAGE]) Between "NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 00000" And "NO ALLOC. AVAIL. CONSTR.# 99999"));
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UPDATE [TBL ALL REPORTS] SET [TBL ALL REPORTS].COMMENTS = "Order will be Approved"
WHERE ((([TBL ALL REPORTS].REPORT)="CONSTRAINT") AND ((IsNumeric(Right([ERROR MESSAGE],1)))=True));
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UPDATE [TBL ALL REPORTS] SET [TBL ALL REPORTS].COMMENTS = "Order will be Approved"
WHERE [TBL ALL REPORTS].REPORT="CONSTRAINT" AND
ISNUMERIC(right([TBL ALL REPORTS].[ERROR MESSAGE],1);
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by:dqmq
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Better late than never :>)
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