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Tip of the Day
Language: VB4,VB5,VB6
Expertise: Intermediate
Dec 9, 2000

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Quickly find which OptionButton is selected

Often OptionButton controls are arranged in control arrays. To quickly find the index of the only selected OptionButton control you can use the following code:

' assumes that the control array contains three OptionButton controls
intSelected = Option(0).Value * 0 - Option(1).Value * 1 - Option(2).Value * 2
Note that the first operand is always zero, and you can simplify the above expression as follows:

intSelected = -Option(1).Value - Option(2).Value * 2

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