IIF Function using < or > in True / False Part

Hi all!

Query in MS Access 2013.

I want to return results based on an IIF function along the lines off:

If (condition is met, >10 , <10) (In my criteria field of the TypeID column)

Ie, my criteria must return the records where the typeid field has value less then 10 or if false, values that are greater then 10?

Easier to ask....

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Try this:

IIf ({your condition goes here}, ABS(TypeID * (TypeID >10)) , ABS (TypeID * (TypeID < 10)))

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Slight correction:

IIf ({your condition goes here}, TypeID * ABS (TypeID >10) , TypeID * ABS(TypeID < 10))

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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)President / OwnerCommented:
Check:IIF(<condition>, IIF([TypeID]>10,True,False),IIF([TypeID]<10,True,False))

and criteria is True.


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