The ValueList function requires a query to be used, so I'm
not sure why you might need to reconvert it to a query again.
However, you can transform the ValueList back to a Query object. I
attached some code to this post that:
1. Runs a fake query on US States
2. Converts the name column from the query into a list with
3. Create a new Query with the QueryNew() function
4. Loop over the list, adding the new row and column
5. Do a QoQ to extract, sort, etc.
You can also look into some of the List functions (converting
the list to an array, sorting the array, searching within the list,
Now, is their a way to evaluate 2 queries and display only
what is not the same.
What I need to do is to evaluate what have been changes from
the same table before and after an unpdate true a form.
This is why I've been creating ValuList before the update and
an other one after the update, obviouselly, both ValueList containe
information that are the same but I need to display the one that
are not either if they've been added, change or delete.