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Collection objects editable?

Posted on 2001-06-20
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Hi,

Is it possible to edit a UDT after it has been added to a collection? I want to do the following:

colRows.Item(lngCurrRecord).arrFields(Index) = Value

As far as I can tell the only way to do this is to set a variable equal to the udt, remove the item from the collection, change the udt, then re-add it to the collection, which is not very clean or efficient.

Zaphod.
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What I generally do is create an object that wraps the UDT.  Then use methods on the object to access the internal components of the UDT
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Well that works. It's strange that just using a UDT doesn't work. Oh well.

Zaphod.
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