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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 16, 1998

Set a Flag to True/False

When you want to set a flag to True or False, depending on the results of a comparison, you don't need to use an If statement like this:

 If x > 3 then
	Greater = True
Else
	Greater = False
End If

Logical operators return a value like any other operator. Instead, use this syntax:

 Greater = x > 3

This way, you move directly to the result of the comparison in your flag. It is shorter and faster than the form example.

Martin Girard
 
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