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# Help, IF command

## Help, IF command

(OP)
Hi everybody,

is it possible to compare more than three numeric and character mvar at the same time?
Example: a=1, b=2, c='yyy', d='zzz' - IF a=0 .and. b=0 .and. c=' ' .and. d=' ' (I know it doesn't work, it's just to explain myself)
If yes, how to fit them in a IF command?
-dBase III Plus-

Thank you
Regards

### RE: Help, IF command

What you wrote is a valid expression.

#### CODE

if a=0.and.b=0.and.c=''.and.d=''
...
endif 

Are you getting an error?

These expressions will also work:

#### CODE

If a+b=0.and.c+d=''

#### CODE

If a+b=0.and.LTrim(RTrim(c+d))=''

Lyndon

### RE: Help, IF command

(OP)
Thank you Lyndon,
I already solved ... it was a lapsus
At the beginning it seemed to me that it didn't work.
I have to stop working until 4am.!!

Good Luck!

Lyndon

### RE: Help, IF command

(OP)

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