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Posted on 2003-10-28
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Option Explicit
Private Sub BackRound_KeyDown(KeyCode As Integer, Shift As Integer)
Select Case KeyCode
Case vbKeyLeft
If GUN.Left <= 300 Then
GoTo NextStep
Else
 GUN.Left = GUN.Left - Grid
 End If
Case vbKeyRight
If GUN.Left >= 300 Then
GoTo NextStep
Else
 GUN.Left = GUN.Left + Grid
 End If
End Select
NextStep:
'unwritten
End Sub
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The GUN doesnt go right when I press right (vbRight) any ideas?
*Note: Grid has been defined as a Public Const of value 330 on a moudle
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Question by:kalaka
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appari earned 30 total points
ID: 9638391
I THINK ITS BECOZ OF THIS CONDITION

If GUN.Left >= 300 Then
GoTo NextStep
Else


suppose initial value of Gun.Left=400 then it never goes in to else part. check your condition.
or tell what exactly you were trying to do.
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by:kalaka
ID: 9638444
What would you suggest to set boundaries for the GUN to move?
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