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    Using <> in input mask (Access 2000)

    I seem to recall seeing this used in the input mask for a table/field. But I really can't seem to find out what it does!

    Help please

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    Re: Using <> in input mask (Access 2000)

    < in an input mask changes the characters following it to lower case, and > changes them to upper case. Example: the input mask >L<??? requires input of at least one and at most four alphabetic characters, the first of which is forced to upper case, the rest to lower case. Placing > immediately after < annuls the <, so this combination seems useless.

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    Re: Using <> in input mask (Access 2000)

    Thanks once more Hans [img]/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]

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