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Posted on 2002-03-05
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hi,

i use an optional argument in a method for my DLL,
this argument is an object (a progressbar)

how do i test if the programmer passed a progressbar, or didn't pass a progressbar?

Public Function TreeviewShowRecordsForAllTables(DatabaseName As String, Treeview As Object, Optional ProgresBar As Object)

if progresbar = nothing then
'does not work...


cheers
Ricky
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Question by:Paurths
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if not OBJECT Is Nothing then
  'OBJECT Exists
Else
  'OBJECT is Nothing
End If
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by:dirkmartin
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use the following:

If IsMissing(ProgresBar)
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by:ameba
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IsMissing is to be used if optional argument is declared As Variant.

Use what trkcorp said "if progresbar IS nothing"
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by:jgv
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If the parameter is a valid object, then you can also check that it reference's a progressbar:

Private Sub CheckIt(Optional objProgBar As Object)

    If objProgBar Is Nothing Then
        MsgBox "Parameter is missing"
        Exit Sub
    End If
   
    If Not TypeOf objProgBar Is ProgressBar Then
        MsgBox "Parameter is present, but not a progressbar"
        Exit Sub
    End If
   
    MsgBox "Parameter includes a progressbar"

End Sub
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by:Paurths
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ok, excellent,

one more thing,
i am also passing a treeview

how do u clear a treeview? (remove all nodes)
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by:Paurths
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clear  ofcourse...dumb of me...

cheers
Ricky
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