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How to parse a text file with VBA?

How to parse a text file with VBA? in Access VBA Programming topic (part of our Microsoft Access group).

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TheJoe
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Are there any code examples available somewhere where I could see some guidelines how to parse a delimited text file and change my database accordingly?
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First reference the Microsoft Scripting Library in your code. Open the file using the TextStream functionality of the Scripting library. Then use the Split function to break the delimited records up into their elements.

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philmarcus
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If the text file is comma-delimited you might be better off using the wizard provided in Access. Can't recall exactly which menu has it, but it allows you to set up directly to import records from your text file into a table with no VBA. Look at file>external data.

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