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Creating an incramental counter

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I need to create a counter that will count in incraments of 1 every time I click a command button, and display the number on a label on the same form.  Any suggestions would be mucho appreciated.
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Question by:agenda
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put this in Form_Load

Command1.tag = 0

PRIVATE Command1_Click()
count = val(command1.tag)
count = count + 1
command1.tag = count
label1.caption = count
END SUB


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by:agenda
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This did not work, it say's cannot assign to a read only property.  I tried it in the form_load and the command button.  but it has not worked
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by:mark2150
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Oops! COUNT is a reserved word. Change it to CNT and it'll work.

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by:Johnn
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