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Access2K Recordset "recordCount" syntax

By haycoconsulting ·
Always in the past, Access has capitalized the "R" and "C" in RecordCount when addressing the record count of an ADODB recordset.

eg. intRecCount = rsMySet.RecordCount

For some reason, it in some places in my code, the capitalization rule has changed and now it only capitalizes the "C".

eg. intRecCount = rsMySet.recordCount

The code seems to be working so I may be trying to "fix somethin' that ain't broke".

Is there any significance to this change in syntax/capitalization?

Tom
tom@haycoconsulting.com

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by R. A. Caluste In reply to Access2K Recordset "recor ...

Don't worry. It will work just fine :)

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by haycoconsulting In reply to Access2K Recordset "recor ...

Yep ... it runs. Just get nervous when the machine changes the rules on me. Thanks

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by john_wills In reply to Access2K Recordset "recor ...

I have had this too, and I know it works just fine, but I would like to know what is going on.

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by haycoconsulting In reply to Access2K Recordset "recor ...

Thanks for the response. Haven't gotten an answer on this yet but I'll try to let you know when I do.

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