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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Nov 28, 2001

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Iterate Control Arrays Without Error


Control arrays are odd beasts in that they can have missing elements. The simplest way to iterate a control array uses this method:
 
Dim i As Integer
For i = Text1.LBound To Text1.UBound ...

However, if you have holes in your array, that method tosses an error. To avoid that eventuality, treat the array like a collection:
 
Dim txt As TextBox
For Each txt In Text1
txt.Text = "Hello, World!, My Index is " & txt.Index
Next txt
Guy Dafny
 
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