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  1. In Topic: VB sequential file problem

    Posted 31 Aug 2012

    I ran into this same problem.

    File / http://stackoverflow...substring-error

    Sent from my Htcclay's SuperCM7 G2 using Tapatalk 2
  2. In Topic: Trying to create a New Form from a List(of Form)

    Posted 29 Aug 2012

    Bear with me on this, Im not fully versed in this language yet...
    I think it goes something like this though.

    I had list of Variable objects

    FormA = Variable Object

    Dim FormA As New Form1
    Dim FormB As New Form2
    Dim FormC As New Form3

    I used the constructor "New" to assign a type(Form1 in this case) to that Variable Object.

    So, FormA (the Object) as New (the Type)

    The problem was when I went through the list and found one of these Objects was disposed I could figure out how to construct a new one of the same type.

    Sure I could put...
    FormA = New Form 

    but that would have created just a new form and not the Type of form I needed (Form1 in this case)

    So this with the code above I can now cycle through the list and get the type of the disposed object which is the (Form1) and then I create a new form and cast its type to the type of the original Object.

    Pretty cool stuff.
  3. In Topic: Trying to create a New Form from a List(of Form)

    Posted 28 Aug 2012

    For any of those who were interested in this thread. This is what I was trying to do...

    Private Sub displayForm(ByVal aForm As Form)
        Dim indexOfCab As Integer = Cabinet.IndexOf(aForm)
        If indexOfCab <> -1 Then
            If aForm.IsDisposed Then
                aForm = CreateForm(aForm.GetType())
                Cabinet(indexOfCab) = aForm
            End If
        End If
    End Sub
    Private Shared Function CreateForm(formType As Type) As Form
        Return CType(Activator.CreateInstance(formType), Form)
    End Function
  4. In Topic: Trying to create a New Form from a List(of Form)

    Posted 27 Aug 2012

    Thank you Modi, Adam and Lucky. I really appreciate the time you took to help.

    -Force be with you.
  5. In Topic: Trying to create a New Form from a List(of Form)

    Posted 27 Aug 2012

    This is exactly what I implemented this morning. I actually did more like this though.

    Create an Enum WizardForms...

    WizardForms Enum 
    Form1 = 1 
    Form2 = 2 
    Form3 = 3 
    End Enum 

    I created Tracks for the wizard to follow
    Dim Track1 as WizardPath = {1, 2, 6, 8} 
    Dim Track2 as WizardPath2 = {3, 6, 8}
    Dim Track3 as wizardPath3 = {1, 3, 6, 8} 

    Packed that into a list
    Dim WizList as List(of WizardForms) 
    For i as integer = 0 to Wizpath.length - 1
    next i 

    Then an enumerator...

    Dim Enumerator as IEnumerator = WizList.GetEnumerator() 

    Then the select Case

    Case 0 
    Select Case 
    Enumerator.Current -= 1 
    Enumerator.Current = -1 
    end select 

    The program works... I know how to code around it. I just wanted to know if there is a way to create a new form for the index of the list. I see now though that this is clearly something not worth the trouble. Thank you for your help. I am retiring this concept for now.

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