8270RE: [Clip] Saving defaults in a valuelist
- Mar 5, 2002Hi Dick,
This might do what you need (beware the long line!):
^!Set %count%=0; %list%=1|2|3|4|5
^!IfDiff ^%count% ^%temp0% Loop
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dick Gascoigne [mailto:dick.gascoigne@...]
> Sent: 05 March 2002 14:47
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [Clip] Saving defaults in a valuelist
> I have a curly wizard with checkboxes. Of course the checkboxes
> are formed
> from a ListValues parameter, which is actually an Array Variable.
> Then I put
> the items which were checked in another Array variable and save it an .ini
> file. So far, no problem.
> The next time the clip is run, I want to use those previously checked and
> saved values as defaults in the ListValues variable for the wizard. That
> way, the boxes will be "pre-checked" just as they had been
> checked the last
> time. Note: the original ListValues has be the same items each
> time, just
> with some set as defaults.
> But I don't see an easy way to take my standard ListValues array variable,
> and put an underscore in front of the items which appear in the
> saved array
> The standard ListValues array variable contains 1|2|3|4|5 -- so
> the wizard
> will show 5 checkboxes.
> If the user checks 1, 3 and 5, then the Set variable will contain 1|3|5.
> That gets put into another SetArray variable, and saved in the .ini.
> The next time the clip is run, I want to pick up the 1|3|5 from the .ini,
> and change the ListValues array variable to _1|2|_3|4|_5. Then the wizard
> would check those three boxes. But what's the best way to get those
> underscores inserted in the list?
> Has anyone already done something like that?
> Dick Gascoigne
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>