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General"database wizard" Pin
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General:: problem in use UPDATE statement :: Pin
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Heath Stewart11-Dec-03 3:10
protectorHeath Stewart11-Dec-03 3:10 
I don't understand your question. Are you asking how to add (or concatenate) two values, or how to execute the UPDATE statement?

As far as adding or concatenating values, what you typed works fine so long as the field and intvariable are of the same type or are convertable to the same type.

To execute the statement for an Access database, look at the System.Data.OleDb namespace, specifically OleDbConnection, OleDbCommand, and OleDbParameter. Using parameters in your statement makes it easy to execute a statement multiple times by only changing the values of parameters and executing the statement, and saves you from having to do string concatenation (very inefficient if you just use +) and proper quoting and escaping.

 

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