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I am converting some QB code to VBA. Everything works except for converting the following lines of QB code -
FOR I = 1 TO A
IF B(I) > 0 THEN
PRINT "("; C(I); "="; B(I); ")";
These lines screen print the results of part of the programme could look like, for example for an "I" of 4 -
( 1749 = 1 )( 1542 = 1 )( 717 = 2)( 1774 = 1)
What I want to do with VBA is to have the results enter into an Excel cell as text. The best I can come up with is -
For I = 1 To A
If B(i) > 0 Then
result = C(I) & " x " & B(I)
Cells(40 + d, 81) = result
d = d + 1
where "result" is defined as a string. The problem is that I only get the last entry ie. 1774 = 1 so it appears that the others in the loop are overwritten. Can anyone help? The semi-colons seem to be the problem but I can't find an equivalent in VBA.
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