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Invalid 'for' loop control variable

Posted on 2001-06-23
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OK basically here is the scoop..



I have dumped a bunch of first names into an array. The array is named FiltUpArray

If I use this:

For Each val In FiltUpArray    
     
     If val = "Joe" Then

     Response.Write "That Name Exist In Your Array!"

      End If
Next
########################

It works pefectly... But.. If I use it as shown below in a form so that I can check the check boxes in the form it craps out with this error:

##########################
Microsoft VBScript compilation error '800a0410'

Invalid 'for' loop control variable

/filtersUpdate_hd.htm, line 156

For Each val in FiltUpArray
-------------^
##########################



############Code I use in HTML form##############
<input type="checkbox"
          <%
          For Each val In FiltUpArray    
            If val = "Acura" Then
          %>
            checked
          <%
            End If
           Next
          %>  
     
          name="Acura" value="ON">
###############################################

Any idea why?
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Question by:muchowebdotcom
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hongjun earned 200 total points
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Try this

<input type="checkbox"
<%
For Each val In FiltUpArray    
     If Cstr(val) = "Acura" Then
          Response.Write " checked "
                Exit For
    End If
Next
%>  
name="Acura">

hongjun
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by:muchowebdotcom
ID: 6222427
I just gave you the points because I already solved it another way.. Thanks and enjoy the points..
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by:hongjun
ID: 6222435
Oh thanks anyway. Perhaps you just made a careless mistake and that's all. Your logic is there.

hongjun
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