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CmdrDuh

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Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« on: May 07, 2007, 03:15:06 PM »
Is there a better way to streamline this code?
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      If IsNumeric(txtLengthFt) Then
            If txtLengthFt.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intL = CInt(txtLengthFt) * 12
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
            Me.Show
      End If
            If IsNumeric(txtLengthIn) Then
            If txtLengthIn.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intL = intL + CInt(txtLengthIn)
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
            Me.Show
      End If
I have my logic worked out to determine if a user puts in a numeric value, but I didn't know if this was the best, most efficient way to do this
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2007, 03:28:54 PM »
You could simply restrict the textbox to only allow numbers, thereby avoiding having to check if the value is a number or not.


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Private Sub txtLengthFt_KeyPress(ByVal KeyAscii As MSForms.ReturnInteger)
    Select Case KeyAscii
        Case Asc("0") To Asc("9")
        Case Else
            KeyAscii = 0
    End Select
End Sub

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2007, 03:30:48 PM »
Thanks Matt!
I learned something also :-)

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2007, 03:41:00 PM »
thanks Matt!

What happens if they press a non-number, nothing?  I have never used that, so I am trying it now, but thought I would ask to see if there were any gotcha's I should know about.
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2007, 03:42:01 PM »
That is SWEET!!  I never knew you could do that.

Thanks Matt
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2007, 03:42:49 PM »
Now that you showed me that, I will show you what you just saved me from
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      If IsNumeric(txtLengthFt) Then
            If txtLengthFt.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intL = CInt(txtLengthFt) * 12
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"

            Me.txtLengthFt.SetFocus
            Me.txtLengthFt.SelStart = 0
            Me.txtLengthFt.SelLength = Len(txtLengthFt)
            Me.Show
      End If
      If IsNumeric(txtLengthIn) Then
            If txtLengthIn.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intL = intL + CInt(txtLengthIn)
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
            Me.txtLengthFt.SetFocus
            Me.txtLengthIn.SelStart = 0
            Me.txtLengthIn.SelLength = Len(txtLengthFt)
            Me.Show
      End If
     
      If IsNumeric(txtWidthFt) Then
            If txtWidthFt.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intW = CInt(txtWidthFt) * 12
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"

            Me.txtWidthFt.SetFocus
            Me.txtWidthFt.SelStart = 0
            Me.txtWidthFt.SelLength = Len(txtWidthFt)
            Me.Show
      End If
      If IsNumeric(txtWidthIn) Then
            If txtWidthIn.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intW = intW + CInt(txtWidthIn)
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
            Me.txtWidthFt.SetFocus
            Me.txtWidthIn.SelStart = 0
            Me.txtWidthIn.SelLength = Len(txtWidthFt)
            Me.Show
      End If

      If IsNumeric(txtHeightFt) Then
            If txtHeightFt.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intH = CInt(txtHeightFt) * 12
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"

            Me.txtHeightFt.SetFocus
            Me.txtHeightFt.SelStart = 0
            Me.txtHeightFt.SelLength = Len(txtHeightFt)
            Me.Show
      End If
      If IsNumeric(txtHeightIn) Then
            If txtHeightIn.Value Mod 1 = 0 Then
                  intH = intH + CInt(txtHeightIn)
            Else
                  MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
                  Me.Show
            End If
      Else
            MsgBox "Enter a valid Length"
            Me.txtHeightFt.SetFocus
            Me.txtHeightIn.SelStart = 0
            Me.txtHeightIn.SelLength = Len(txtHeightFt)
            Me.Show
      End If
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2007, 03:44:35 PM »
ok, since I got that, let me ask this question.  3 of the txt boxes are used for inches.  I was thinking of using CInt() to convert to integer, and doing a < 12 check to make sure they didn't go over where they shouldn't.  Any other ideas
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #7 on: May 07, 2007, 03:56:37 PM »
on a side note, whilst error checking a valid integer in the previous code, I was popping a msgbox, and sending them back to the form with the offending txtbox highlighted.  BUT, then they had to click the GO button a second time, which is seeming to put the function in a loop.  Should I clear the values of the variables and repopulate them when the data is finally good?
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #8 on: May 07, 2007, 04:01:34 PM »
ok, since I got that, let me ask this question.  3 of the txt boxes are used for inches.  I was thinking of using CInt() to convert to integer, and doing a < 12 check to make sure they didn't go over where they shouldn't.  Any other ideas
You could do something like this:

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Private Sub TextBox1_Change()
    If TextBox1.Value > 12 Then
        MsgBox "Whoa pardner!  Nothing greater than 12 is allowed here!", vbCritical + vbOKOnly
        ' Enter a value of '0' in the textbox
        TextBox1.Text = "0"
        ' Highlight the text in the textbox for immediate re-entry of number(s)
        TextBox1.SelStart = 0
        TextBox1.SelLength = TextBox1.TextLength
    End If
End Sub

Private Sub TextBox1_KeyPress(ByVal KeyAscii As MSForms.ReturnInteger)
    Select Case KeyAscii
        Case Asc("0") To Asc("9")
        Case Else
            KeyAscii = 0
    End Select
End Sub

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #9 on: May 07, 2007, 04:47:12 PM »
Look at why the function loops the second time, it shouldn't just validate the data and move on. Do not clear the data your users have entered, it'd be silly to have to enter it all again because you screwed up one field.

If validatedata then
 blah blah
else
 msgbox "You lush! this is wrong!"
endif


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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2007, 05:09:55 PM »
I relooked at what I was doing.  Firstly, I moved all my validation code out of the button click event, thus getting rid of the problem.  Secondly, I narrowed down why it was looping.  It was because I fired the event, and didn't exit the click event when I went back to the form, so the event ran a second time after they update the info problem.
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2007, 09:33:53 PM »
Nice stuff Matt

CmdrDuh- if your code is not in the click event, how do you exit it?

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #12 on: May 08, 2007, 12:15:54 PM »
Using Matt's suggestion, I used this
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Private Sub txtLengthFt_KeyPress(ByVal KeyAscii As MSForms.ReturnInteger)
      Select Case KeyAscii
            Case Asc("0") To Asc("9")
            Case Else
                  KeyAscii = 0
      End Select
End Sub
and this
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Private Sub txtLengthIn_Change()
      If txtLengthIn.Value >= 12 Then
            MsgBox "Whoa the Pony, Nothing greater than 12", vbCritical + vbOKOnly
            txtLengthIn.Text = "0"
            txtLengthIn.SelStart = 0
            txtLengthIn.SelLength = txtLengthIn.TextLength
      End If
End Sub
to check the values.  Once all txtBoxes are filled in, and valid based on above 2 checks, the click event is enabled. (there are more than 2 checks, I just pasted 2 of them to show what Im doing.  All 6 boxes have the same type of error validation)
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #13 on: May 08, 2007, 01:16:41 PM »
Here's a slightly modified version of what have...

If you enter a value GREATER than 12, it will prompt you to convert the inches to feet.
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Private Sub txtLengthIn_Change()
    Dim vbResult As Long
    If txtLengthIn.Value >= 12 Then
        vbResult = MsgBox("Since you're attempting to enter a value GREATER than 12, would you like to convert it to FEET?", vbQuestion + vbYesNo, "Way to go!")
        If vbResult = vbYes Then
            MsgBox "Converted value = " & txtLengthIn / 12
        ElseIf vbResult = vbNo Then
            MsgBox "Start over!"
            txtLengthIn.Text = "0"
            txtLengthIn.SelStart = 0
            txtLengthIn.SelLength = txtLengthIn.TextLength
        End If
    End If
End Sub

This will allow you to add a PERIOD in the number (in case you don't work with whole inches).
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Private Sub txtLengthIn_KeyPress(ByVal KeyAscii As MSForms.ReturnInteger)
   If InStr(1, txtLengthIn.Text, ".") > 0 And KeyAscii = Asc(".") Then
        KeyAscii = 0
        Exit Sub
    End If
    Select Case KeyAscii
        Case Asc("0") To Asc("9"), Asc(".")
        Case Else
            KeyAscii = 0
    End Select
End Sub

Just something else you might want to think about.

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #14 on: May 09, 2007, 10:21:55 AM »
Good thoughts.  I will have to see if I can make use of those.  I like the added period option, as our civil engineers are always using ##.#' format.
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #15 on: May 09, 2007, 05:16:12 PM »
@Arizona

Hi nice to see you around.

@CmdrDuh,

As you probably have realized you can use this code for several Textboxes to limit input....
But Why Write or paste/copy it again and again.....

Write a class to wrap your textboxes, raise events to indicate illegal input (MaxedOut if a value is to high)
allow only one decimal seperator.... if you write such code once in a class module and testit you can use it many times.
The trick is to define a textbox object in the class module and  make it point at the textbox on your form.
The code below is an example of a european textbox wrapper to limit input to numbers only (VB 6.0 class)

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Option Explicit

'Author:     B.J.G.Nieuwhof
'Mail:       Info@ driesign.nl
'Usage:      AT YOUR OWN RISK, Leaving comments intact and in place.

'Have Fun


Private Declare Function Beep Lib "kernel32" (ByVal dwFreq As Long, ByVal dwDuration As Long) As Long

Public WithEvents TextBox As TextBox

Event MaxedOut(BouncedValue As Double)
Event DivedUnder(BouncedValue As Double)
Event MaxedPrecision(BouncedValue As Double)
Event DoublePrecision()
Event IllegalCharacter(Character As String)
Event NoValue()

Private m_MaxValue As Double
Private MinValueSet As Boolean

Private m_MinValue As Double
Private MaxValueSet As Boolean

Private m_MaxTemp As Double
Private m_MinTemp As Double

Private LocalDecimalSeparator As Long
Private m_MaxDigits As Integer
Private m_BeepOnError As Boolean
Private m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors As Boolean

Private Sub Class_Terminate()

    Set Me.TextBox = Nothing

End Sub



Private Sub Class_Initialize()

LocalDecimalSeparator = Asc(Mid$(Format$(1.5, "0.0"), 2, 1))
m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors = True

End Sub


Private Sub TextBox_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer)

Dim SepPos As Long
Dim Txt As String, TmpTxt As String
Dim PlusKey As Double
Dim Ln As Long, SLn As Long, St As Long

    SLn = Me.TextBox.SelLength
    St = Me.TextBox.SelStart
    Ln = Len(Me.TextBox)
    If SLn = 0 Then
        Txt = Me.TextBox
    Else
        If St > 0 Then
            Txt = Left$(Me.TextBox, St)
        End If
        If St + SLn < Ln Then
            Txt = Txt & Right$(Me.TextBox, Ln - (St + SLn))
        End If
    End If
    If MaxValueSet And MaxValue < 0 And Left$(Txt, 1) <> "-" Then
        Txt = "-" & Txt
        Me.TextBox = Txt
        Me.TextBox.SelStart = 1
        St = 1
        SLn = 0
        If KeyAscii <> 45 And MaxValueSet = True And MaxValue < 0 Then
            If IsNumeric(Chr$(KeyAscii)) Then
                RaiseEvent MaxedOut(CDbl(Chr$(KeyAscii)))
                If m_BeepOnError Then Beep 4000, 50
            End If
        End If
    End If
    Select Case KeyAscii
        Case 0 To 31
           
        Case 48 To 57
            SepPos = InStr(1, Txt, Chr(LocalDecimalSeparator))
           
            If St = Len(Txt) Then
                PlusKey = CDbl(Txt & Chr(KeyAscii))
            Else
                If St > 0 Then
                    TmpTxt = Left$(Me.TextBox, St) & Chr$(KeyAscii)
                End If
                If St + SLn < Ln Then
                    TmpTxt = TmpTxt & Right$(Txt, Ln - (St + SLn))
                End If
                PlusKey = CDbl(TmpTxt)
            End If
            If SepPos > 0 And (Len(Txt) - SepPos) >= MaxDigits And St > SepPos Then
                RaiseEvent MaxedPrecision(CDbl(Txt & Chr(KeyAscii)))
                If m_BeepOnError Then Beep 3000, 50
                KeyAscii = 0
            ElseIf PlusKey > m_MaxTemp And MaxValueSet Then
                RaiseEvent MaxedOut(CDbl(Txt & Chr$(KeyAscii)))
                KeyAscii = 0
                If m_BeepOnError Then Beep 4000, 50
            ElseIf PlusKey < m_MinTemp And MinValueSet Then
                KeyAscii = 0
                RaiseEvent DivedUnder(CDbl(Txt & Chr(KeyAscii)))
                If m_BeepOnError Then Beep 2000, 50
            End If
           
        Case LocalDecimalSeparator     ' Accept LocalDecimalSign
            'reject second decimal char
            If m_MaxDigits > 0 Then
                If InStr(1, Txt, Chr(LocalDecimalSeparator)) Then
                    RaiseEvent DoublePrecision
                    If m_BeepOnError Then
                        Beep 2000, 25
                        Beep 3000, 25
                    End If
                    KeyAscii = 0
                End If
            Else
                'raising precision event because an attempt was made to create a decimal part without
                'digits allowed.
                RaiseEvent MaxedPrecision(CDbl(Me.TextBox))
                If m_BeepOnError Then
                    Beep 4000, 30
                    Beep 4500, 20
                End If
                KeyAscii = 0
            End If
        Case 43, 45
            'plus and minus
            If St > 0 Then
                KeyAscii = 0
            ElseIf MinValueSet And MinValue >= 0 And KeyAscii = 45 Then
                KeyAscii = 0
            ElseIf MaxValueSet And MaxValue <= 0 And KeyAscii = 43 Then
                KeyAscii = 0
            End If
        Case Else
            KeyAscii = 0               ' Reject anything else.
    End Select
End Sub

Public Property Get MaxValue() As Double

    MaxValue = m_MaxValue

End Property

Public Property Let MaxValue(ByVal dMaxValue As Double)
    If dMaxValue < m_MinValue And MinValueSet Then
        m_MinValue = dMaxValue
    End If
    m_MaxValue = dMaxValue
    MaxValueSet = True
    If m_MaxValue <= 0 Then
        m_MaxTemp = 0
        Me.TextBox = m_MaxValue
        Me.TextBox.SelStart = 1
        Me.TextBox.SelLength = Len(Me.TextBox)
    Else
        m_MaxTemp = dMaxValue
    End If
End Property

Public Property Get MinValue() As Double
   
    MinValue = m_MinValue

End Property

Public Property Let MinValue(ByVal dMinValue As Double)
   
    If dMinValue > m_MaxValue And MaxValueSet Then
        m_MaxValue = dMinValue
    End If
    m_MinValue = dMinValue
    MinValueSet = True
    If dMinValue >= 0 Then
        m_MinTemp = 0
        Me.TextBox = dMinValue
        Me.TextBox.SelStart = 0
        Me.TextBox.SelLength = Len(Me.TextBox)
    Else
        m_MinTemp = dMinValue
    End If

End Property


Public Property Get MaxDigits() As Integer

    MaxDigits = m_MaxDigits

End Property

Public Property Let MaxDigits(ByVal MaxDigits As Integer)

    m_MaxDigits = MaxDigits

End Property



Public Property Get BeepOnError() As Boolean

    BeepOnError = m_BeepOnError

End Property

Public Property Let BeepOnError(ByVal bBeepOnError As Boolean)

    m_BeepOnError = bBeepOnError

End Property

Public Property Get Value() As Double
    If Len(Me.TextBox & "") = 0 Then ResetEmptyBox
    Value = CDbl(Replace(Me.TextBox.Text, LocalDecimalSeparator, "."))

End Property

Public Property Let Value(ByVal dValue As Double)
    If dValue < MinValue And MinValueSet Then
        RaiseEvent DivedUnder(dValue)
    ElseIf dValue > MaxValue And MaxValueSet Then
        RaiseEvent MaxedOut(dValue)
    Else
        Me.TextBox = Replace(CStr(dValue), ".", LocalDecimalSeparator)
    End If
End Property

Public Property Get Text() As String
   
    Text = Me.TextBox

End Property

Public Property Let Text(ByVal sText As String)

Dim Txt As String
Dim Val As Double
Dim L As Long

Txt = Replace(sText, LocalDecimalSeparator, ".")
If Not IsNumeric(Txt) Then
    RaiseEvent IllegalCharacter(sText)
    Exit Property
End If
Txt = Replace(sText, ".", LocalDecimalSeparator)
L = InStr(1, Txt, LocalDecimalSeparator)
If L > 0 Then
    L = InStr(L, Txt, LocalDecimalSeparator)
    If L > 0 Then
        RaiseEvent DoublePrecision
        If m_bRaiseCodeInputErrors Then Err.Raise vbObjectError + 10, , "Double Precision sign in assigninng" & vbCrLf & "Text to ClsNumbersOnly.Textbox(" & Me.TextBox.Name & "):" & sText
        Exit Property
    End If
    If Len(sText) - L > m_MaxDigits Then
        RaiseEvent MaxedPrecision(CDbl(sText))
        If m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors Then Err.Raise vbObjectError + 11, , "To much digits in assigninng" & vbCrLf & "Text to ClsNumbersOnly.Textbox(" & Me.TextBox.Name & "):" & sText
        Exit Property
    End If
End If
Val = CDbl(sText)
If MaxValueSet And Val > MaxValue Then
    RaiseEvent MaxedOut(Val)
    If m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors Then Err.Raise vbObjectError + 11, , "Overshooting " & MaxValue & " with assingning " & sText & vbCrLf & " Text to ClsNumbersOnly.Textbox(" & Me.TextBox.Name & ")"
    Exit Property
ElseIf MinValueSet And Val < MinValue Then
    RaiseEvent DivedUnder(Val)
    If m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors Then Err.Raise vbObjectError + 11, , "Undershooting " & MinValue & " with assingning " & sText & vbCrLf & " Text to ClsNumbersOnly.Textbox(" & Me.TextBox.Name & ")"
    Exit Property
Else
    Me.TextBox = Txt
End If

End Property


Public Property Get RaiseAssignmentErrors() As Boolean

    m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors = m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors

End Property

Public Property Let RaiseAssignmentErrors(ByVal bRaiseCodeInputErrors As Boolean)

    m_bRaiseAssignmentErrors = bRaiseCodeInputErrors

End Property

Private Sub TextBox_Validate(Cancel As Boolean)

Dim Val As Double
If Len(Me.TextBox & "") = 0 Then
    RaiseEvent NoValue
    Cancel = True
    If m_BeepOnError Then
        Beep 4000, 30
        Beep 4900, 20
        Beep 4000, 30
    End If
    ResetEmptyBox
Else
    Val = CDbl(Replace(Me.TextBox, LocalDecimalSeparator, "."))
    If Val > m_MaxValue And MaxValueSet Then
        RaiseEvent MaxedOut(Val)
        Cancel = True
    ElseIf Val < m_MinValue And MinValueSet Then
        RaiseEvent DivedUnder(Val)
        Cancel = True
    End If
End If

End Sub

Private Function ResetEmptyBox()

    If m_MaxValue >= 0 And m_MinValue <= 0 Then
        Me.TextBox = "0"
        Me.TextBox.SelLength = 1
    ElseIf m_MinValue > 0 Then
            Me.TextBox = m_MinValue
            Me.TextBox.SelLength = Len(Me.TextBox)
   
    Else
        If m_MaxValue < 0 Then
            Me.TextBox = m_MinValue
            Me.TextBox.SelStart = 1
            Me.TextBox.SelLength = Len(Me.TextBox) - 1
        End If
    End If
   
End Function


Public Property Set Init(TextBoxToWrap As TextBox)

    Set Me.TextBox = TextBoxToWrap
 
End Property
Place the code in a class (named:ClsNumbersOnly)
In a form with a textbox called Text1 use this code for example:
Code: [Select]
Option Explicit

Dim WithEvents Tbox1Wrap As ClsNumbersOnly

Private Sub Form_Load()

Set Tbox1Wrap = New ClsNumbersOnly

Tbox1Wrap.MaxDigits = 2
Tbox1Wrap.MaxValue = 12
 Set Tbox1Wrap.Init = Me.Text1

End Sub

Private Sub Tbox1Wrap_MaxedOut(BouncedValue As Double)

'do something with te keystroke if you like to

End Sub
I know this code will probably be a blur to you at the start but try to understand it.... and I will welcome you on your first step on the threshold of Object Ooriented Programming (OOP)

Have Fun.
« Last Edit: May 09, 2007, 05:23:38 PM by Dnereb »

Bryco

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #16 on: May 09, 2007, 05:39:52 PM »
Looks great Berend, but like you say will take a while to digest.

Dnereb

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #17 on: May 09, 2007, 05:51:51 PM »
Yes it will, but if you do it will open up a lot of possibility's and upgrade your coding capabillity's
So I thought I give some good but complex code to challenge Cmdruh (and others).
It's also a step toward using VB or VB.net by scratching the surface of OOP.

BTW nice to see you around as well.

Arizona

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #18 on: May 10, 2007, 07:42:59 AM »
@Arizona

Hi nice to see you around.

Hi Berend!
Good to see you again :-)

Nice code BTW!

CmdrDuh

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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #19 on: May 10, 2007, 09:41:50 AM »
Im going to have to look at that for a while, but it makes sense.  See if I can implement it fairly quickly.
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Re: Is there a better way to evaluate TextBox Value
« Reply #20 on: May 10, 2007, 09:55:27 AM »
If you get stuck on something just ask and you can mail me if no one reply's.
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have fun.