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Distinguishment between T(red) and T(black)

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Hi there,

In my VB project, I want to distinguish the character T from other characters. I also want to distinguish the character T (red) from T (black).

My code looks like this:

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  1. For i = 0 To k
  2.         If Array1(i) = Color.Red And Array2(i) = "T" Then
  3.                 Form2.Label15.Text = Array3(i)
  4.         End If
  5. Next i
Now the strange thing that happens is, is that Form2.Label15.Text is always filled when T is present, nomatter what color T is.

What's going on here? It seems like the ''And''-statement isn''t working!?

Sep 21 '07 #1
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This is where the debugging facilities built into VB will help you. Interrupt execution at that point, and examine the following values...
  • array1(i)
  • Color.Red
  • array1(i) = Color.Red
Additionally, try running with line 3 commented out, just to ensure you aren't looking for an effect that was actually caused somewhere else.
Sep 21 '07 #2

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