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A column in a table or query that results from such a calculation is called a calculated field.
You can create a calculated field that combines two or more table fields.
For example, many tables store first and last names in separate fields.
If you want to combine those first and last names and then display them in a single field, you can create a calculated field in the table or in a query: field.
For example, you can use a validation rule in a control or table field to require that the date that is entered is greater than or equal to the current date.
In that case, you set the value in the Validation Rule property box to: Define query criteria Finally, you can use an expression to set criteria for a query.
When you use text string values, place them within quotation marks to help make sure that Access interprets them correctly.
The language provides an abstraction similar to the C/C virtual machine: a large binary heap with efficient loads and stores, integer and floating-point arithmetic, first-order function definitions, and function pointers.
The programming model is built around integer and floating-point arithmetic and a virtual heap represented as a typed array.
You can use expressions for a wide variety of tasks in Microsoft Access, such as performing mathematical calculations, combining or extracting text, or validating data.
This article provides overview information about expressions — when to use them, what their component parts are, and how they compare with Microsoft Excel formulas.