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Best way to write checking textbox

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Which is the best way ?
If txtInfo(0) = "" Or Len(txtInfo(0)) < 3 Or mbIsDirty Then
If txtInfo(0) = vbNullString Or Len(txtInfo(0)) < 3 Or mbIsDirty Then
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Martin Liss earned 500 total points
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I would do

If Trim(txtInfo(0)) = "" Or Len(Trim(txtInfo(0))) < 3 Or mbIsDirty Then

Also you might be interested in my article on Using Enums.
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Thank you
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You're welcome and I'm glad I was able to help.

In my profile you'll find links to some other articles I've written (some of them newly updated) that may interest you.
Marty - MVP 2009 to 2014
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I plan on using your Using Enums. in the link i sent
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I meant you sent
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