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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
May 11, 1999

Use Select Case to Evaluate Different Expressions

Select Case is commonly used to check different values of a specific variable or expression. You can also use Select Case to evaluate multiple expressions, by starting out with "Select Case True" and listing each expression as a separate "Case":
 
Select Case True
	Case Option1(0).Value
		'Do something
	Case Option1(1).Value
		'Do something
	Case Option1(2).Value
		'Do something
End Select
Russell Davis
 
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