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How to pass the name of a Bolean variable in a String Variable and then Use that String Variable as a Replacement for the Name of the Boolean Variable in Code

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FaheemAhmadGulFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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This question is related to another question I asked on the Forum today and which was very kindly answered by Idle_Mind.

I have a Global Boolean variable in my project in a Visual Basic  .NET Project  named    YesNo01. This YesNo01 is declared in a Module1 of my Project.

I wish to write some code along the following lines
1. If  YesNo01 = True Then
2. MessageBox.Show (“YesNo01 = True”)
3. Else
3. MessageBox.Show (“YesNo01 = False”)
4. End if

However  I do not want to use the actual Name of  YesNo01  in statement No 1. Instead I wish to say something like the following:

Dim myString as String
myString = “YesNo01”
If myString = True Then
MessageBox.Show (“YesNo01 = True”)
Else
MessageBox.Show (“YesNo01 = False”)
End if

Thank you for your help in anticipation.
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