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Determine in a query if a string has non numeric-characters

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Fritz PaulFlag for South Africa asked on
Microsoft Access
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I have a table wich contains identification strings. I want to use a query to identify those which have any non-numeric characters in them. Examples of them are:

[CLIENTID]
1980/101391/07
4909295027088
IT_3039_93

I tried a few things like

Expr1: IIf(IsError([CLIENTID]*1),99,1) and I also tried Expr1: IIf(IsError([CLIENTID]*1),True,False)

That gives me 1 or false respectively or #Error

I don't want the #Error , because I want to update another column with the result.

Please help.
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