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Old May 5th, 2005, 02:27 AM
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Default use SQL to find a record

There is a access table named book with a field named "author ".
On the winform,click the "Find" button will pop-up a Inputbox,then Input the author'a name,the click the "OK" button to begin find the record,if found the list it on the Textbox1.text,if not found then pop-up a messagebox"no found".
how to accomplish this?
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hi there..

homework??? did you do anything yet?? or you want all the code??

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I accomplish something like that by writing code... I suggest you start there.

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thanks.
I just start to learn VB .NET,and there is lot knottiness for me.
so i put it on forum.
ok, I go back to study hard.

 
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Great Idea... if you have a specific problem, we are more than happy to assist- however, we won't do the work for you.

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