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Good Day Experts!

The end is in site for my little conversion project.  This is the last part of the code that has errors.  I just am not sure how the VB6 constructs are working here to follow a couple parts in the code.  

***tblRS is a detached “table” recordset populated in code above this block
***SQLrs2 is a recordset from a query farther up in the code
I just don’t understand looping on tblRS since once inside the Loop for SQLrs2
tblRS.Find is executed.  Also, I cannot follow the MoveNext, First and Last near
the bottom.  

Can you help translate?

Do Until tblRS.EOF = True
SQLrs2.MoveFirst
        Do Until SQLrs2.EOF = True
            tblRS.Find "[GL CODE]='" & SQLrs2("GL CODE") & "'"
            Debug.Print "[GL CODE]='" & SQLrs2("GL CODE") & "'"
            If tblRS.EOF = True Or tblRS.BOF = True Then
               Debug.Print "NOT FOUND ADDING " & SQLrs2("GL CODE")
               'Not found add new record...
               Dim fieldsArray1(2) As Variant
               fieldsArray1(0) = "GL CODE"
               fieldsArray1(1) = "TotalPaid"
               fieldsArray1(2) = "TotalWeight"
               Dim values1(2) As Variant
               values1(0) = SQLrs2("GL CODE")
               values1(1) = SQLrs2("TotalPaid")
               values1(2) = SQLrs2("TotalWeight")
               tblRS.AddNew fieldsArray1, values1
               tblRS.Update
            Else        
                'Add the total paid to the Original Query results
                tblRS("TotalPaid") = CDec(tblRS("TotalPaid").Value) + CDec(SQLrs2("TotalPaid").Value)
                tblRS("TotalWeight") = CDec(tblRS("TotalWeight").Value) + CDec(SQLrs2("TotalWeight").Value)
            End If
            SQLrs2.MoveNext
            tblRS.MoveFirst
        Loop
        tblRS.MoveLast
        tblRS.MoveNext
    Loop
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Question by:Jimbo99999
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I understand you do not want to rewrite this code but this code can be improved and simplified a lot by writing it the .NET way. It is basically looping through one table and if a record is found in other table then it updates fields and adds a record otherwise.
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I will look at doing that if I cannot find a resultion to direct translate.
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