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    Dim e As Expression(Of Predicate(Of Customer)) = Function (c) c.City= "Hove" Dim e As Expression(Of Predicate(Of Customer)) = _ New Expression(Of Predicate(Of Customer))
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    DSum Function - Access
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    How to create a parameter query in Access 2000
    Describes how to create a parameter query which can help restrict the returned result in Access 2000. Including how to create a query with two or more ...
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    Show All Hide All Note The information in this topic applies only to a Microsoft Access database (.mdb). ##Side:Start;Align:left## Tip In Access 2010, you ...
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