Learn how to use the Access & operator to conatentate strings together with syntax and examples.
In Microsoft Access, you can concatenate multiple strings together into a single string.
The syntax to concatenate strings using the "&" operator is:
string_1 & string_2 & string_n
There are no parameters or arguments for the & operator.
The Concatenation function can be used in the following versions of Microsoft Access:
"new" & "ark" Result: "newark" "Tech on the" & " Net!" Result: "Tech on the Net!" "This " & "is " & "a test" Result: "This is a test"
The "&" operator can be used to concatenate strings in VBA code. For example:
Dim LSQL as string LSQL = "Select * from Suppliers" LSQL = LSQL & " where Supplier_ID = 2345"
You can use the "&" operator in a query to concatenate multiple fields into a single field in your result set.
To do this, open your query in design mode. Enter your field names in the query window separated by the "&" symbol.
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