Using Case Statements inside a Case Statement all inside an IF Statement.

Hello Everyone!

Is it possible to have sweveral case statements inside a case statement all inside an If Statement.

I have an IF Statement like this:

If Line1.text = "01"  Then

Select Case Type = "01"  Case VProv = "V" Do something

I also need to Select Case Type = "01"  Case Vprov = " "   Do something.

Can this be done all inside the If Then  

I need to have multipler case statements inside a case statement all inside the IF Statement.

Am I making any sense?

jjc9809
jjc9809Asked:
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Connect With a Mentor Billing EngineerCommented:
either you put several select case inside of each other:

If Line1.text = "01"  Then
  Select Case Type 
     case "01"  
        select Case VProv 
              case  "V"
                  Do something
               case " "
                  Do something
        end select ' case vprov for Type "01"
  ...
   end select ' case type
end if 

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or you could do:

If Line1.text = "01"  Then
  Select Case Type & VProv
     case "01V"  
                  Do something
      case "01"
                  Do something
      ...
   end select  
end if 

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hope this helps
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
No problem doing it. You just have to build it carefully. Sometimes, when I see that in code revision, the programmer made it a lot more complex than it needed to be.

From what I understand in your question, you could do only one Select Case and simplify its declaration:

If Line1.Text = "01" Then

   Select Case VProv

      Case "V"
         Do something

      Case " "
         Do something else

   End Select

End If

And remember than in VB, if you fall into a case, this is the only one that will be considered. All the following ones that have the right conditions will be disregarded.
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