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Default Select with 3 variables

SQLStr="SELECT * from ORNews where Datestamp = convert(varchar(10),getdate(),101) and Featured=0"

How can I add another variable to this statement.

and Type="News"

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?? What do you mean, "...add another variable..." ??

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SQLStr="SELECT * from ORNews where Datestamp = convert(varchar(10),getdate(),101) and Featured=0 and Type='News'"

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Thank you, It was the single quotes that I couldn't get.

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