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Multiple statements on one line in Access VBA

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I would like to convert the following statements to one line (as in Visual Basic.net).  Can this be done in Microsoft Access VBA?


If IsNull(Me.[Quantity]) Then
    Me.[Quantity].SetFocus
    Exit Sub
End If
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If IsNull(Me.[Quantity]) Then Me.[Quantity].SetFocus :  Exit Sub

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