Some of the programming techniques in these chapters are a bit trickier than techniques from previous chapters, but they're not just stupid pet tricks. They're useful tricks. What makes them tricky has more to do with the way you use VBA to trick Access into doing things it couldn't possibly do on its own. In the real world, people rarely write code that works perfectly right off the bat. Even experienced programmers have to spend some time testing and debugging their code. In this part, you also discover the many tools that VBA offers to help you with testing and debugging.
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