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    If condition...

    Dear Friends,

    How can I modify the following code as it is not working: The command button name is: cmdANS

    VB Code:
    1. Public Sub Timer7_Mod()
    2.  
    3. If cmdANS_Click Then
    4. Timer7.Enabled = True
    5. Timer7.Interval = 200
    6. Call cmdNext_Click
    7. Timer7.Enabled = False
    8. End if
    9.  
    10. End Sub

    Margaret

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    Re: If condition...

    what is it supposed to do?

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    Re: If condition...

    VB Code:
    1. If cmdANS_Click Then
    cmdANS_Click is cmdANS' Click-event.
    You can't call it as if it were a variable or function.

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    Re: If condition...

    Quote Originally Posted by robbedaya
    what is it supposed to do?
    Hi,

    When I press cmdAns button....

    Timer7.Enabled = True >>>> Timer7 should start working
    Timer7.Interval = 200 >>>> This is the time
    Call cmdNext_Click >>>>> when time finishes it should click cmdNext button automatically

    Timer7.Enabled = False >>> Lastly it should stop working.

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    Re: If condition...

    Why don't you use a flag to indicate that the button was pressed. Declare a global boolean value and set it to true at the end of the procedure. Then query the boolean value to determine if it is true or not. Like this...

    VB Code:
    1. Dim bFlag       As Boolean
    2.  
    3. Private Sub CmdANS_Click()
    4.     ' Statements Here
    5.     ' Statements Here
    6.     ' Statements Here
    7.     ' Statements Here
    8.     ' Statements Here
    9.     ' Statements Here
    10.     ' Statements Here
    11.     bFlag = True
    12. End Sub
    13.  
    14. Public Sub Timer1_Mod()
    15.     If bFlag Then
    16.         Timer7.Enabled = True
    17.         Timer7.Interval = 200
    18.         Call cmdNext_Click
    19.         Timer7.Enabled = False
    20.     End If
    21. End Sub

    Hope this helps,

    Jenova

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    Re: If condition...

    Why the following code is not working? Any help please.

    VB Code:
    1. Private Sub Timer7_Timer()
    2. Static i As Long
    3. i = i + 1
    4. If i = 500 Then
    5. Timer7.Enabled = False
    6. i = 0
    7. End If
    8. End Sub

    Margaret

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    Re: If condition...

    what error does the code give? what doesn't work?

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    Re: If condition...

    Make sure Timer is getting enabled with an interval of more than 0 from somewhere...

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    Re: If condition...

    Quote Originally Posted by moinkhan
    Make sure Timer is getting enabled with an interval of more than 0 from somewhere...
    i tested the code, and the code works like a charm. So check the things Moinkhan said.
    timer.enabled = true
    timer.interval must be bigger than 0. (1000 = 1 second)

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    Re: If condition...

    Quote Originally Posted by jeroen79
    cmdANS_Click is cmdANS' Click-event.
    You can't call it as if it were a variable or function.
    Not quite true...you can call it to fire the sub by typing "cmdANS_click" in your code...but no, you can't use it in a true/false statement or to hold a value...A better way to do that would be an option button
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