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Mode.mdb (intermediate)

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Topic: Mode.mdb (intermediate)
Posted By: Roger Carlson
Subject: Mode.mdb (intermediate)
Date Posted: 01 Feb 2011 at 12:08pm
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Mode.mdb
 
Access has no Mode function, so you have to write one of your own.  This sample database shows how to do that. 

You use the  function  much like the built-in Domain functions (DLookUp, DMax, and so on).  That is, you must provide the 1) field name, 2) table name, and 3) a 'Where' Criteria.  When used in an aggregate query (see below) you MUST add each field 'grouped by' into the Where Criteria.  See Help for more on Domain Aggregate functions.

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