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If I have commands indexed command44(3) command44(4) can I add different code to each?

Posted on 2006-06-26
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Hi

I have an application where to have enough controls on a form I have similar functions on the same command number indexed. Command 44 for example always shows the same code and I have about 10 that are the same command44(1) command44(2) etx.

I need a part of the code to vary for each indexed command is there a way todo this?

I have indexed the command as my vb form has long since exeeded the maximum number of controls for a form
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yes !
put this on the click event()


Select case index

Case 1
msgbox "Command button with index of 1 was clicked"
case 2
msgbox "Command button with index of 2 was clicked"

Case 3,4
msgbox "Command button with index of 3 and 4 has the same code"
case 5 to 44
msgbox "Command button with index of 5 to 44 has the same code"

end select



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by:eneate
ID: 16982723
Sorry I don't quite follow

This is the code I have in the click event
If enable_audit_trail = True Then

If read_frm_open = True Then
ret = IpWsUndo(2)

If enable_audit_trail = True Then

   frmaudit.txtprocess.text = text(2224) '"Undo Banknotes Enhance
   write_audit_trail
        End If
       
ElseIf read_frm_open = False Then
frmaudit.Show
Wait 1
ret = IpWsUndo(2)
If enable_audit_trail = True Then
   frmaudit.txtprocess.text = text(2224) '"Undo Banknotes Enhance
   write_audit_trail
        End If
End If

ElseIf enable_audit_trail = False Then
ret = IpWsUndo(2)
End If

I need the text(2224) to change depending on the index of the command.
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by:eneate
ID: 16982771
Hi

Got it, must be the rain on the tihnking stufff. Thanks for the feedback
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