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I have a parsetext which encounter a run time error 94 when I run the query make table.  

Public Function fnParseText(ParseWhat as Variant, Element as integer, Optional Delimiter as string = ",") as Variant

   Dim myArray() as string

   myArray = Split(ParseWhat, Delimiter)

   if Element < 0 OR Element > ubound(myArray) + 1 then

      fnParseText = NULL

  Else

      fnParseText = myArray(Element - 1)

   End If

End Function


How do I fix this to have the "" returned if it is null?

Hope I didn't cause more confusion.

Always appreciative.
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Question by:ammiewinds
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by:ammiewinds
ID: 39264626
Just for a little more info, here is the original question:

I have a field that is designed as follows: 
        ??/#######/????????/########/???

I would like to parse the field based on the "/".  The field is not alway consistant, so I would like to have the complete string show in the first parse, if the "/" is not available.

I have been tring the Left$ function:     
     Left$([Field Name],InStr(2,[Field Name],"/")-1)

This was able to bring in the first part.  Yet it gives me an error of "Func!" if the "/" is not in the string and I have not been successful in tring to retrieve the second portion.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 39264689
try this revision

Public Function fnParseText(ParseWhat as Variant, Element as integer, Optional Delimiter as string = ",") as String

   Dim myArray() as string

If Instr(ParseWhat,Delimiter)=0 then
   fnParseText=ParseWhat
   exit function
end if

   myArray = Split(ParseWhat, Delimiter)

   if Element < 0 OR Element > ubound(myArray) + 1 then

      fnParseText = ""

  Else

      fnParseText = myArray(Element - 1)

   End If

End Function
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by:ammiewinds
ID: 39265818
Hello carpricorn1

This returns the first part of the delinited cell in every movement, when the delimiter is not present in the string.

Some of my strings do not contain the delimiter, and I wan them to  show as

        Delimiter Example
           Cell 1                      Cell 2                  Cell 3
           data                       data                     data    

        No Delimiter Example
           Cell 1                      Cell 2                  Cell 3
           data                        no data              no data


When I parse them out I want the strings that do not have a delimiter to enter in the first cell, but not in the second, third...

Any thoughts?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 39265851
how is the process done ? give more info./details
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by:ammiewinds
ID: 39265862
Within my Make Table query I have the function set as:

CID 1: fnParseText([Raw Data Granite]![Circuit Name],1"/")
CID 2: fnParseText([Raw Data Granite]![Circuit Name],2,"/")...
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 39265967
ok.. use this



Public Function fnParseText(ParseWhat As Variant, Element As Integer, Optional Delimiter As String = ",") As String

   Dim myArray() As String
   myArray = Split(ParseWhat, Delimiter)

   If Element < 0 Or Element > UBound(myArray) + 1 Then
     
     'use this
      fnParseText = "No Data"
     'or
 
'      fnParseText = ""

  Else

      fnParseText = myArray(Element - 1)

   End If

End Function
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by:ammiewinds
ID: 39266031
When I am in my query and use the View, it works.  Yet, when I try to run the Make Table Query I still get the run time error.
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by:ammiewinds
ID: 39266042
It points me to this part of the script for debugging:

myArray = Split(ParseWhat, Delimiter)
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by:ammiewinds
ID: 39266054
When I hover over "ParseWhat"  is shows: "=NULL"

This is the only place i have found NULL in the script.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
ID: 39266115
oh, so you have a record with no value in field "Circuit Name"

try this revision

Public Function fnParseText(ParseWhat As Variant, Element As Integer, Optional Delimiter As String = ",") As String

if ParseWhat & ""="" then fnParseText="" : exit function

   Dim myArray() As String
   myArray = Split(ParseWhat, Delimiter)

   If Element < 0 Or Element > UBound(myArray) + 1 Then
     
     'use this
      fnParseText = "No Data"
     'or
 
'      fnParseText = ""

  Else

      fnParseText = myArray(Element - 1)

   End If

End Function
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by:ammiewinds
ID: 39266156
Brilliant, Cap!  Thanks so much for your help.   Have a fabulous day!!!
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