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Posted on 2016-11-15
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Hi,
is there a better way of writing this piece of code:

Private Sub LoadDataInvoiceFields()
     

        Select Case StrPayTypeSpPayProc
            Case 1
                txtAccInv.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc
            Case 2
                txtHotelInv.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc
            Case 3
                txtFoodBevInv.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc
            Case 4
                txtLaundryInv.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc
            Case 5
                txtParkInv.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc
            Case 6
                txtPhone.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc
            Case 7
                txtMisInv.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc

        End Select

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by:AndyAinscow
ID: 41887846
As every case statement is identical then the following should be OK

txtAccInv.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc
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by:RIAS
ID: 41887847
is my code fine?

Can the repetion like

= StrGrossValueSpPayProc
be avoided?
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
ID: 41887852
Instead of setting the value of the textbox, you could set it only once;
Private Sub LoadDataInvoiceFields()
     dim ctlX as textbox

        Select Case StrPayTypeSpPayProc
            Case 1
                ctlX = txtAccInv
            Case 2
                ctlX = txtHotelInv
            Case 3
                ctlX = txtFoodBevInv
            Case 4
                ctlX = txtLaundryInv
            Case 5
                ctlX = txtParkInv
            Case 6
                ctlX = txtPhone
            Case 7
                ctlX = txtMisInv
        End Select
ctlX.Text = StrGrossValueSpPayProc

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by:AndyAinscow
ID: 41887855
Sorry I'd not looked closely enough.  Ignore my previous comment.

The select...case is probably your best option, it really depends on how your form is designed and if you do have all seven textboxs.
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by:RIAS
ID: 41887856
Cheers!
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