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DefinedSize Property

Indicates the defined size of a Field object.

Return Values

Returns a Long value that reflects the defined size of a field as a number of bytes.

Remarks

Use the DefinedSize property to determine the data capacity of a Field object.

The DefinedSize and ActualSize properties are different as shown in the following example: a Field object with a declared type of adChar and a maximum length of 50 characters returns a DefinedSize property value of 50, but the ActualSize property value it returns is the length of the data stored in the field for the current record up to 50.

Applies To

Field

See Also

ActualSize

See also:


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