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Save a small integer array as part of a udt

Posted on 2014-01-18
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How to include this array into the udt below
mMarkedNumber(1 To 10)  As Integer
can this be done if yes how ?

Public Type SavedKenoGameGame
tmpbetMode As Integer
tmpSpotMarked As String * 2
tmpLabelCredit As Currency
tmpRuns As Long
tmpLost As Currency
tmpWon As Currency
tmpWonLostPerRun As Currency
tmpBiggestWin As Currency
tmpTotalBet As Currency

End Type

can this be done if yes how ?
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'===Module===
Public Type SavedKenoGameGame
tmpbetMode As Integer
tmpSpotMarked As String * 2
tmpLabelCredit As Currency
tmpRuns As Long
tmpLost As Currency
tmpWon As Currency
tmpWonLostPerRun As Currency
tmpBiggestWin As Currency
tmpTotalBet As Currency
mMarkedNumber(1 To 10) As Integer
End Type

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'===Form===
Dim z As SavedKenoGameGame

Private Sub Form_Load()
   For i = 1 To 10
      z.mMarkedNumber(i) = i * 100
   Next i
End Sub

Private Sub Command1_Click()
   MsgBox z.mMarkedNumber(3)
End Sub

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by:isnoend2001
ID: 39791833
Thanks
no problem now
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by:isnoend2001
ID: 39791844
how do i save the array ?
this does not work:
Dim CleoGame As SavedKenoGame
   With CleoGame
    .tmpbetMode = mBetMode
    .tmpSpotMarked = Val(lblMarked)
    .tmpLabelCredit = lblCredit.Caption
    .tmpRuns = Val(gridCardStats.TextMatrix(2, 1))
    .tmpLost = CCur(gridCardStats.TextMatrix(5, 1))
    .tmpWon = CCur(gridCardStats.TextMatrix(4, 1))
    .tmpWonLostPerRun = CCur(gridCardStats.TextMatrix(7, 1))
    .tmpBiggestWin = CCur(gridCardStats.TextMatrix(3, 1))
    .tmpTotalBet = CCur(lblBet)
    .tmpWonLost = CCur(gridCardStats.TextMatrix(6, 1))
    .mMarkedNumber = mMarkedNumber
End With
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by:Ark
ID: 39791846
.tmpWonLost = CCur(gridCardStats.TextMatrix(6, 1))
For i=1 To 10
 .mMarkedNumber(i) = mMarkedNumber(i)
Next i
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by:isnoend2001
ID: 39792057
thanks
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