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Posted 1 Dec 2013Date is an Access SQL reserved keyword. Surround it in square brackets in the sql-statement or, MUCH BETTER, change the name of the field. After all, it is the date of what..?
thanks a lot for your help! That was exactly my problem, after changing the field name it worked just fine.
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Posted 29 Aug 2012Well,
psuedo coding your idea first can help or if you prefer
flowcharts use a free flowchart program...
both these techniques can focus in on your idea,
then research what commands you may need,
get them right in your head...
Then start writing and testing...
write small code blocks and then test do not write the entire program in one sitting
find out its full of errors and spend 3 days debugging it.
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