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Microsoft: Access Modules (VBA Coding) FAQ


IsNothing Function for Access 97 by ByteMyzer
Posted: 11 May 04

The Microsoft Help Topic states:

You can use the IsNothing function determine if an object reference has been set to Nothing.

This is actually not true; there is no IsNothing function built into Access 97.

You can, however, use this function in a Module to simulate this option for all object variables:


Function IsNothing(obj As Variant) As Boolean
On Error Resume Next
    IsNothing = (obj Is Nothing)
End Function

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