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Default Sql Command

I want to use sql command that in vb 6 it says like this :
rs("select Code from supplier where'" & "'"rssementara.fields. _
("code"))

the point is i want to update a dataset1 but only with records
that has the same "code" with dataset 2...?


Sorry with my bad english....:)

Thanks 4 ur attention...
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