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Microsoft Access Latest KB Comments

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In your question one your dim statements for a, b and c will be variants. Only D is declared as a boolean. You need to explicitly state the data type each time otherwise it will be a variant --- Paul Arrowsmith
Posted 42 months ago
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Access VBA Logical Operators (and, or, not)

Languages Focus: Logical Operators

Logical operators perform conditional and, or, and not operations. Some languages support both binary logical operators that link two and unary logical operators negate (make opposite) the truth value of its argument. Finally, some languages short circuit logic. For example, with this or that, if this is an expression returning true, then that is never executed.

Access VBA Logical Operators

Same as VB. Access VBA logical operators:
and and, as in this and that
or or, as in this or that
Not Not, as in Not This
Access VBA never short circuits. Given the expression this or that as well as this and that, if this evaluates to false, then that is still executed.
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{Too Long!}
Posted 59 months ago
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Microsoft Access 1.0 Released
Microsoft releases MS Access early in order to beat Paradox to market.
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fsdfsdfds --- Santy
Posted 8 years ago
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Access VBA Report Tools Overview (Built-In)

Languages Focus: Report Tools Overview

Built-In: Some development tools have a reporting tool built-in and some do not. For example, typically desktop databases such as Paradox and Access have a built-in reporting tool and typically that reporting tool is used with nearly every application built with it. A built-in reporting tool makes development of reports across many clients and applications consistent and therefore easy. Add-On: Development tools that do not have a built-in reporting tool need to use either a currently bundled report writer, or one of the popular reporting tools that integrates well with the development tool. For example, popular reporting tools include Crystal Reports, ReportBuilder, and MS SQL Reporting Services (tied to MS SQL).

Access VBA Report Tools Overview

Microsoft Access offers a built-in reporting tool that will suffice for most desktop database applications.
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