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VB statement testing 2 values to 1 result

Hello Experts,

Seemingly something that should be easy has been very difficult.
Basically I have two hidden fields on an .aspx page. In the code-behind I am trying to set the text of a label depending on the result of whether both items equal the same value.

When I try this below it doesn't work.

If HiddenField1.Value = 0 OR HiddenField2.Value = 0 Then
Label1.Text= ""
Else
Label1.Text = "Both values equal ZERO"

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Is there another way to achieve this simply?

Thanks for considering this.
Visual Basic.NET

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thank you. It didn't work at first but then I noticed the true/false were transposed.

Label1.Text = If(HiddenField1.Value = 0 AndAlso HiddenField2.Value = 0, "", "Both values equal ZERO")
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