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How do i make a control array?

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I am making a computer game and i want to make boxes that i can copy and paste freely that if he is not on he will fall but if he is on he will stay.  I don't need help with the falling part but can someone help me with make the wall.  P.S. I'm very new and I dont know much so if your anserw is not begginer material then explain well
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agrillage earned 300 total points
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The simplest way to make a control array is to copy and paste a control at design time. You will be prompted to make an array and you answer yes. If you then want to make new instances appear at run time you should use the Load Statement.
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by:ameba
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More simple: set index property of the control to 0
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by:Ajoy
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to make controls at runtime, have  a  template of the control at design time and set it's index property to zero.u may make this template invisible as per ur requirement.
at run time u can create many instances of this control and assign the left, top,width for this particular instance and place it wherever u want.
Remember u have to set the visibility property to true.

example:
have a textbox on the form
set its index property to 0

in the form load write the following
for i = 1 to 5
   load text1(i)
   text1(i).left = text1(i-1).left
   text1(i).visible = true
next

if u still have problems, feel free to contact me at
Ajoy.Tarafder@in.bosch.com

regards,
ajoy


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by:manly9004
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This comment didn't make a lot of sense until i used the help file then t helped me alot thanx! I'm forever in your debt(not really).
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