Exercise: Recursive breadcrumbs

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Category ==> Advanced VBA  (29 exercises)
Topic ==> Passing arguments  (6 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Course ==> Advanced VBA
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If you prefer programming in Excel to Access, copy the Regions table to an Excel workbook.

Each region contains within it its unique number, its name and the number of the region to which it belongs (its ParentId field):

Advanced VBA exercise - Passing arguments (image 1)

Here, for example, North America is part of the Americas

Write a macro to create "breadcrumbs".

Test your macro out in the immediate window.  So for example here is what region 32 should give:

Advanced VBA exercise - Passing arguments (image 2)

Your macro should track up the hierarchy till it reaches a region without parent

Save your module and close the database or workbook.

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