With a program im making I want some code to execute once two conditions were met.
For one condition I would put:
If txtInput.Text = 50 Then
...but I want picBlue.Picture = Image1 to also be a condition of the code. Hopefully you understand what im trying to say and reply! :-)
05-16-2001, 03:57 PM
If I understand you correctly, you wish to test whether one picture matches another...
This is not as easy as comparing the picture properties. The picture property is more like an address to a picture, not the actual picture. So you could have 2 identical pictures stored separately. The picture properties will had different addresses so any comparison will be false.
To check whether or not 2 pictures are identical, you will probably have to compare them pixel by pixel...just remember to break out of your loop as soon as you find that they are NOT the same...
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05-17-2001, 12:18 AM
I'm not sure what exactly you want to know, but if it is about how to make an if then statement check two conditions instead of one, you'd simply use: If <condition 1> and <condition 2> Then...
For example, if I wanted to check if Option1 was selected and Label1 was a number I'd write:
If Option1.Value = True And IsNumeric(Label1.Caption) = True Then
Hope that helps.