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Incorrect syntax near ')'. for SQL Server String

Posted on 2010-11-09
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Good Day:

I am using VS.NET 2005, VB.NET, and SQL Server.  The following syntax gives me an error that reads:
Incorrect syntax near ')'.

Dim sSQL as string
   sSQL = "INSERT INTO CodesQuick(Description, Type, ) values('" & _
                                            Me.cboType.Text & "','" & _
                                            frmQuote.cboDelivery.Text & "')"


Any Suggestions?

Thanks,
Denise
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You have an extra comma after the word type.
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Yes of course.

Thank you rogerard.  
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