Tuesday, June 08, 2004


Functions With Names Beginning With O

First, my apologies for the long, unannounced hiatus in posting – I had a one week holiday, and then it took me another week to get caught up on all the things that piled up during the holiday, you know how that goes!:-)

Continuing our alphabetical investigation of VBA functions that can be used in Jet queries, there are just two functions (or two variations of one function) with names beginning with the letter ‘O’, the Oct() and Oct$() functions. Both of these functions work as documented in queries both within Access and when executed via our C# ‘JetTest’ utility (see previous posts). Here’s the SQL statement for a query that uses these two functions:

    Oct([TestInteger]) AS TestOctVar, 
    Oct$([TestInteger]) AS TestOctString 
FROM tblTest;

So we can add these two functions to our list of VBA functions that can be used in Jet queries when executed outside the Microsoft Access environment:

The Oct() and Oct$() functions.

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