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run code on the last record of a loop

Posted on 2012-12-27
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I am trying to run the following code within a loop.  If I am on the LAST record in the loop I want the If/Then statement below to run, but its not running.  How can I make line 6 run on the very last record of the recordset in the loop?

Do Until rec1.EOF = True

 'More code here

If rec1.EOF = True Then
                    HoursServed(i) = HoursServed(i) & " Total = " & LoopTotal
End If

Loop

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by:hpdvs2
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You have a code function that moves to the next record, presumably.
such as rec1.MoveNext().  I'm presuming that you do that AFTER the rec1.eof check.  you should do that right before.
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by:al4629740
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This is where it happens.  Same problem

Do Until rec1.EOF = True

 'More code here

If rec1.EOF = True Then
                    HoursServed(i) = HoursServed(i) & " Total = " & LoopTotal
End If

rec1.MoveNext
Loop

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Do Until rec1.EOF = True
    'More code here
   rec1.MoveNext

   If rec1.EOF = True Then
                    HoursServed(i) = HoursServed(i) & " Total = " & LoopTotal
   End If
Loop

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or you could just put this outside the loop


Do Until rec1.EOF = True
    'More code here
   rec1.MoveNext
Loop

HoursServed(i) = HoursServed(i) & " Total = " & LoopTotal

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by:al4629740
ID: 38728607
Excellent suggestion
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