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Greetings,

My SQL query does not return any results.  I am using ADO.NET from VB.Net 2008.  
There are three variables:

BankID,   Word1, and    Word2

The query is:

Sql = "Select QID from Keywords WHERE ((BankID = " &  BankID & ") And  (Keyword Like '" & Word1 & "?' ))  & " and QID  IN " &
(Select QID from Keywords WHERE ((BankID = " & BankID & ") And  (Keyword Like '" & Word2 & "?' )))"



I have used both a  ? and an * for the wildcards.    I do not get an error, but the dataset is empty.


Thanks for any help

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