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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Aug 20, 1997

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Use a Control's Implicit Value "Default" Property

Every control has an implicit "value" property. For text boxes it is the Text property. For Labels it is Caption:
 lblZip.Caption = "Zip Code" 
You do not need to reference this property to set the value for the control. This will execute 10 to 15 percent faster, but you will lose a little readability:
 lblZip = "Zip Code" 
Paul D. Sheriff
 
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