What's this for? You can't do anything like that - the best alternative is to use an array. However, give me a slightly broader view of what you're attempting to do and I'll try and guide you a little better.<BR><BR>Craig.
Sorry, "you shouldn't do anything like that".<BR><BR>Is that better?<BR><BR>Using Execute is exceptionally bad practise, and causes unnecessary overhead on the server. Not only that, but porting this code to a compiled language is then going to cause you headaches.<BR><BR>It's an ugly, sinful method of coding, and the original poster really should look into (and I am willing to help them) the best way of approaching this, which is to use arrays or collections.<BR><BR>That said, depending on the exact scenario, they may need neither.<BR><BR>Craig.