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access101 (Programmer) (OP)
20 Sep 10 21:20
is it possible to use a replace function in vba that uses wildcards?

Me.T = Replace(T, "#.# mi", " mi")
dhookom (Programmer)
20 Sep 10 21:36
Try and report back.  

Duane
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

access101 (Programmer) (OP)
21 Sep 10 9:50
I looked at the link but I'm not sure how to apply it to my replace statement?
MajP (TechnicalUser)
21 Sep 10 10:33

CODE

Public Function myReplace(expression As String, findPattern As String, replace As String)
  'reference to Microsoft VBScript Regular Expressions
  Dim re As RegExp
  Set re = New RegExp  'Create the RegExp object
  re.Pattern = findPattern
  re.IgnoreCase = True
  re.Global = True
  myReplace = re.replace(expression, replace)
End Function

Public Sub testMyReplace()
  Dim T As String
  T = "1.2 mi"
  T = myReplace(T, "\d\.\d mi", "mi")
  MsgBox T
End Sub

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