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passing a control array to a function

Posted on 2002-04-17
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Has anyone got an example of how to pass a control array to a function. I have tried both with the parenthesis and withou ..no success. In the function I am iterating through the control array using the count property.

The control array I am passing is a textbox array and I am passing it as a textbox
FuncX(TxtArray() as TextBox)as Boolean

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Merlin007
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VERSION 5.00
Begin VB.Form Form1
   Caption         =   "Form1"
   ClientHeight    =   3195
   ClientLeft      =   60
   ClientTop       =   345
   ClientWidth     =   4680
   LinkTopic       =   "Form1"
   ScaleHeight     =   3195
   ScaleWidth      =   4680
   StartUpPosition =   3  'Windows Default
   Begin VB.CommandButton cmdTest
      Caption         =   "Test"
      Height          =   495
      Left            =   1800
      TabIndex        =   2
      Top             =   1320
      Width           =   1215
   End
   Begin VB.TextBox txtText
      Height          =   315
      Index           =   1
      Left            =   960
      TabIndex        =   1
      Top             =   720
      Width           =   1215
   End
   Begin VB.TextBox txtText
      Height          =   315
      Index           =   0
      Left            =   960
      TabIndex        =   0
      Top             =   360
      Width           =   1215
   End
End
Attribute VB_Name = "Form1"
Attribute VB_GlobalNameSpace = False
Attribute VB_Creatable = False
Attribute VB_PredeclaredId = True
Attribute VB_Exposed = False
Option Explicit

Private Sub cmdTest_Click()
test txtText
End Sub

Function test(arrtxt As Variant)
    Debug.Print txtText.Count
    Debug.Print txtText(0).Text
    Debug.Print txtText(1).Text
End Function
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by:merlin007
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Thanks corvanderlinden.
This works fine.
I was just wondering if is there a way to avoid variants in this case. I am using VB6.

merlin007
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by:ameba
ID: 6948337
I would suggest "As Object"
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by:corvanderlinden
ID: 6949934
Correction :

Function test(arrtxt As Variant)
   Debug.Print arrtxt.Count
   Debug.Print arrtxt(0).Text
   Debug.Print arrtxt(1).Text
End Function

I do not think you can avoid the variants
If you want early binding a possible solution is :

Function test(arrtxt As Variant)
   Dim ctl As TextBox
   
    Set ctl = arrtxt(0)
    Debug.Print "early bound : " & ctl.Text
   
End Function
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by:merlin007
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Thanks corvanderlinden.
I had spotted the typo.
I will use your last suggestion later on

Merlin007
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