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having a class control a picture in a form

Posted on 2004-04-23
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im tring to make a picturebox.visible = false in my form1 by coding it in a class instead of the form. Im sure this is a stupid question but i cant seem to get the class to identify the picturebox, im missing something.
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Public Sub HidePicture(ByRef pic as PictureBox)
                pic.Visible = False
End Sub

to call:
HidePicture(picturebox)
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this doesnt quite work, im tring to do like 50 pictures and i want to shrink the code in my form...example im currently doing this picturebox2.visible = false .. .. .. .. picturebox50.visible = false, what i want to do is call a class, and in the class set all the pictures to false...but it doesnt detect my pictures...
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dim ctrl as Control
For Each ctrl in Me.Controls
           If TypeOf ctrl is PictureBox Then
                       ctrl.Visible = False
            End If
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