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Setting a value of an item in a collection

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Public DLS(1 to 2) as new collection 'in module

... later on in mdi form

msgbox DLS(2).item(x) ' this works fine
DLS(2).item(x)="6" ' Error Object Reqiured... what is the matter with this?
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Question by:hess
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by:Ark
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Hi
Set DLS(2).item(x)="6"
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by:Ark
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Hi
Sorry, ignore my previous message
Correct code:
DLS(2).Remove x
DLS(2).Add "6", , x
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You can add to and remove items from a collection.  You cannot alter the immediate value of a member of the colection.  Generally these would be objects and classes.

You can, however, update the properties of any object that you have put into a collection.

EG

Form has a textbox called txt_Any
and a command button cmd_update


Then in a module

sub cmd_update_click()
' This will update the textbox on the
' screen with a new value

  dim col as collection

  col.add txt_any, "txt_Any"

  col.item("txt_Any").text = "The value"
end sub


What you could do is create a class
called c_Text with the following lone line of code:

Public Text as string


And then in a module or form


sub etc()

  dim avalue as new C_text
 
  C_text.text = "First value"

  col.add avalue , "key1"

  col.item("key1").text = "value2"

end sub
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by:hess
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That is what I thought the case was. Thankyou for asuring me.
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