Use a Variable When Loading Controls in A Control Array

Using a variable when loading a control in a control array simplifies the code and makes it run faster.


1) Create a new standard EXE project.

2) Add a Label to Form1.

3) Set the Index property of Label1 to 0.

4) Add a CommandButton to Form1.

5) Insert the following lines of code into Form1:

 Private Sub Command1_Click()Dim I As IntegerDim NewLabel As LabelDim LastLabel As Label    Set LastLabel = Label1(0)    For I = 1 To 9        Set NewLabel = Label1(I)        Load NewLabel        NewLabel.Move LastLabel.Left + LastLabel.Height, LastLabel.Top + LastLabel.Height        NewLabel.Visible = True        Set LastLabel = NewLabel    Next    End Sub

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