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Language: VB3, VB4, VB5, VB6
Expertise: Beginner
Jun 25, 2003

Embed Quotation Marks

You use quotation marks in VB to define strings, but how do you include them in your output? Use whichever of these methods works the best for you:

	Dim strUseChr As String
	Dim strUseVar As String
	Dim strUseDbl As String
	
	Const Quote As String = """
	
	strUseChr = "Hello " & Chr$(34) & "VB" & _
		Chr$(34) & " World!"
	strUseVar = "Hello " & Quote & "VB" & _
		Quote & " World!"
	strUseDbl = "Hello "VB"" World!"
	
	Debug.Print strUseChr
	Debug.Print strUseVar
	Debug.Print strUseDbl
Each one prints:

	Hello "VB" World!
Dave Keighan
 
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