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Translate Excel Formula into Access Formula

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    Translate Excel Formula into Access Formula

    I need this formula translated:



    =RIGHT($D4,LEN($D4)-FIND("@ ",$D4,1))

    Thanks

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    Not enough info. And my crystal ball is in the shop... don't know why they can't fix it!!

    What are you trying to do? Use lots of words.

    What is your table structure?

    Remember:
    No one can see your dB
    No one knows what the data looks like
    No one knows what the result should be....
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    Try this:

    Code:
    Public Function GetDomainFromEmail(strEmailAddress As String) As String
        Dim intLen As Integer
        Dim strOutput As String
    
        intLen = Len(strEmailAddress)
        strOutput = Right$(strEmailAddress, intLen - InStr$(1, strEmailAddress, "@"))
        
        GetDomainFromEmail = strOutput
        
    End Function

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    @hansendl... Nice read.
    It was a long day

    I modified your function:
    Code:
    Public Function GetEmailDomain(strEmailAddress As String) As String
        GetEmailDomain = Mid(strEmailAddress, InStrRev(strEmailAddress, "@") + 1)
    End Function
    Use in a query:

    E_Domain: GetEmailDomain(NZ(Email,""))

    where EMail is the field in a table. The NZ() function is there just in case of null email address
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    The VBA is not even necessary unless you want this procedure to be available from multiple locations.

    Can calculate in query or textbox.

    Mid([fieldname], InStrRev(Nz([fieldname],""), "@") + 1)
    How to attach file: http://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=70301 To provide db: copy, remove confidential data, run compact & repair, zip w/Windows Compression.

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    Doh!!!
    Sometimes I get so wrapped up in using VBA, I forget the obvious.
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    @ssanfu...even better. I got so caught up in duplicating the Excel function as written that I didn't even think about Mid. @June7...nice!

    r/
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    Quote Originally Posted by June7 View Post
    The VBA is not even necessary unless you want this procedure to be available from multiple locations.

    Can calculate in query or textbox.

    Mid([fieldname], InStrRev(Nz([fieldname],""), "@") + 1)
    Thank you for all the replies.

    Here's what I have:

    John Smith @ 1234 N Main Ave Los Angeles CA 90001-1234

    I need a field that shows only 1234 N Main Ave Los Angeles CA 90001-1234.

    Thanks

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    Did you try the suggestions? Another variation:

    Trim(Mid([fieldname], InStr(Nz([fieldname],""), "@") + 1))
    How to attach file: http://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=70301 To provide db: copy, remove confidential data, run compact & repair, zip w/Windows Compression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by June7 View Post
    The VBA is not even necessary unless you want this procedure to be available from multiple locations.

    Can calculate in query or textbox.

    Mid([fieldname], InStrRev(Nz([fieldname],""), "@") + 1)
    Quote Originally Posted by June7 View Post
    Did you try the suggestions? Another variation:

    Trim(Mid([fieldname], InStr(Nz([fieldname],""), "@") + 1))
    These formulas did not work. I changed fieldname to the proper field name. The query was blank.

    I need this:

    John Smith @ 1234 N Main Ave Los Angeles CA 90001-1234

    Queried into this:

    1234 N Main Ave Los Angeles CA 90001-1234.

    Thanks

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    Don't know why it didn't return any values. Works perfectly for me. Would have to see your dB.
    Open Query1.....
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    I see what I did wrong.

    I put the formula in the criteria field.

    I put the formula in the proper field and now it works.

    Thanks

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    Great.
    Ready to mark this solved?
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    No.

    I need this:

    1234 N Main Ave Los Angeles CA 90001-1234.

    to show up in the field next to this:

    John Smith @ 1234 N Main Ave Los Angeles CA 90001-1234

    but I need it done in the form (rather than / as well as) the query.

    Thanks

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    If it is in the query for the form, it is available to add to the form.

    You do have a query as the record source for the form, right?

    Or am I misunderstanding?
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