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Aug 6, 1997

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Test For False Instead of Zero

If you're checking a numeric value against 0, one option is to use the "<>" operator:
 If iNumber <> 0 Then 
... 
End If 
It is faster, however, to check the variable with an If statement.
 If iNumber Then 
... 
End If 
These two statements are equivalent, but the second example will run faster, albeit with some loss of readability.
Paul D. Sheriff
 
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