[AccessD] Office Programming Helper from CodeProject
jimdettman at verizon.net
Fri Jan 18 07:15:58 CST 2019
Looking at the sample code in that link, I never realized (or I entirely
forgot about it) that debug had an assert method.
I'm wondering how that works in Access since it's never truly compiled (the
help text looks like it was swiped from the VB 6 help).
Typically I've done this in my apps:
If DebugMode() = True then stop
DebugMode() being a function that checks if I'm debugging my app or not.
At the moment, that's placing a text file in the DB directory as <db
.Assert would clean that up a bit. I'll have to try it out.
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Just saw this - have not tried it!
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