||Re: Variable used for the field in code?
||Sat, 18 Nov 2023 10:52:28 -0500
Hi Ken.. Just saw this. It is a form which I am trying to do this in. I tried the macro and dot but that didn't work either. Although it takes up more space, I was able to get this to work with a elseif.
Ken Mayer Wrote:
> On 11/16/2023 10:58 AM, charlie wrote:
> > tHANKS kEN.. i HOPE YOUR WIFE IS OK.
> > I couldn't get it to work but used endif statements instead which does work. But it does take a lot if text.
> Thanks, my wife is having fun with her eye (cataract surgery, lens that
> was put in three years ago is becoming detached ... sheesh). More
> surgery in the future, fun.
> Okay. Well, let me take a look. I know it should be doable ...
> The biggest issue is that as soon as you open the form in the form
> designer, any memory variables will be evaluated, and changed to their
> actual values. Is this something you are trying to do in a form, or in a
> Try changing the code to use the following -- it's using macro expansion
> to put the fieldname into the location (note you need the ampersand (&)
> and dot (.) characters there):
> form.spinboxestv1.value = val(co.fields["&grd."].value)
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