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There are several ways of including a double quote in a string literal (a hard coded string):
- The Chr function - Chr$(34)
- Doubling them up - ""
The recommended method is to double them up as it is compiled as a static string rather than having to create it dynamically and call the Chr() function at runtime.
MsgBox "There is one double quote >""< here."
This example will show a messagebox containing:
There is one double quote >"< here.