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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: SQL concatenation

    All,

    Is there anyway to make the string in a SQL statement a certain font and then concatenate with a different font, while still preserving the fonts of both?

    For example if tbl1.field1 was bold and tbl1.feld2 wasn't could I get:

    tbl1.field1 (BOLD) and tbl1.feld2 (UNBOLD) in one string?

    thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by eripple
    All,

    Is there anyway to make the string in a SQL statement a certain font and then concatenate with a different font, while still preserving the fonts of both?

    For example if tbl1.field1 was bold and tbl1.feld2 wasn't could I get:

    tbl1.field1 (BOLD) and tbl1.feld2 (UNBOLD) in one string?

    thx
    Nope.

    In fact, there is no way to format the contents of the string period. This is a presentation issue. The only possible way I could imagine would be to include html tags in the string and then use a suitable tool (...probably a browser I guess...) to display the results.

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