RE: [libertybasic] window name, varibles, and handel help (please !!)
- Jose, unfortunately the handle can not be assigned or derived from a
variable using just the native LB syntax.
I am trying to think if there is another way of accomplishing this using a
custom dll to open the windows, or using the windows dll. It is not
imposible to use the windows dll to open the window and draw the controls
and then handle the logic of the application in LB, but it is a very tall
order. This is not something I would attempt because I know that there are
better languages to handle this.
Carl had at one time said he would consider making a variable type that
could hold window handle values. I am not sure if he has prioritiezed this
yet with his other enhancements that are sure to come with the future of LB.
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> ok, this is my problem....
> my program needs to open up alot on windows, the name of each window needs
> to be getton
> from a dim statment....
> so instead of doing this
> open " " for window_popup as #sticky
> I need to be able to do somthing like this
> open " " for window_popup as #a$(n,r)
> and have the string inside of a$(n,r) be the name of the windows
> can this be done?????
> if so, thanks, if not is there away around this?
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- --- In libertybasic@y..., "Moore, Brad" <brad.moore@w...> wrote:
> Carl had at one time said he would consider making a variable typethat
> could hold window handle values. I am not sure if he hasprioritiezed this
> yet with his other enhancements that are sure to come with thefuture of LB.
I consider this to be a key addition to LB v3.1.