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    Re: Using variables to reference objects

    Two ways:

    Declare a window variable type:

    window MyField = Text1
    MyField.SetText ()


    or refer to it by reference

    STRING sField - "Text1"
    @(sField).SetText ()




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    Using variables to reference objects

    If I have textfields that are named Text1 and Text2, how can I use variables to reference these textfields? I would like to do something like:
    variable = Text1
    variable.SetText()

    I have also tried using enumeration, but that does not work either.

    [This message has been edited by mich (edited 11-22-2002).]

 

 

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