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A Loop for a Type

Posted on 2003-12-05
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Hi,

is this possible to use a Loop to assign values to each field of a Type

ex.:
Type tScreen
     Height as String
     Width as String
     Price as Double
     Color as String
end Type

...something like...

For each "Field" of the Type
    This field = This value
next "Field"

Thanks for all.
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Question by:PapaOne
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by:SRigney
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Not sure the language.

In vb you can use
Dim ctl As Control
For Each ctl in Controls
   Select Case TypeName(ctl)
      Case "TextBox":
         ctl.Text = textvalue
      Case "ComboBox":
         ctl.ListItem = listitemindex
   End Select
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