Save Multiple Checkbox values to MS Access table

Hello,

I have a windows form created using Visual Basic where there is a multiple checkboxes applied. I want to be able to select multiple values and save them in one column in the table. I would like the format saved as
checkboxvalue1;checkboxvalue3;checkboxvalue4 etc...
 How can I do that?
angel7170Asked:
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CodeCruiserCommented:
By concatenating the values together when saving.
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vastoCommented:
To avoid parsing you can use BITWISE logic to combine and separate multiple integer values in one field  
for example :

'this code will set the value in variable x from the checkbox selection
    Dim x As Integer
    x = x Or IIf(checkboxvalue1.Checked, 1, 0)
    x = x Or IIf(checkboxvalue2.Checked, 2, 0)
    x = x Or IIf(checkboxvalue3.Checked, 4, 0)
    .....
    x = x Or IIf(checkboxvalueN.Checked, 2^N, 0)
    MsgBox(x)  


' this part will restore checkbox values from value in x
checkboxvalue1.Checked= ( x And 1 = 1)
checkboxvalue2.Checked= ( x And 2 = 2)
checkboxvalue4.Checked= ( x And 4 = 4)

the values you can use are 2^n
for example
2^0=1
2^1=2
2^2=4
2^3=8
2^4=16
2^5=32
....
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