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I am converting a project from VB6 to VB.Net. I ran across an Insert statement that uses a condition in the values clause which is based on a previously executed RecordSet.  Here is the part in question:

INSERT INTO [" & strReportType & " REPORT$] (SECTOR,DIVISION,CITY,ADDRESS,[I/O]...
values ('" & IIf(Not SQLrs2.EOF, SQLrs2.Fields("Reference Notes 2").Value, "") & "',...

Ok, I am trying to understand what happens if SQLrs2.EOF was true.  If that was the case would the code just put ' ' for the value for SECTOR?

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jimbo99999
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Éric Moreau earned 150 total points
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it was putting an empty string value
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Thanks for the clarification,
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