DlgValue (statement)

Syntax DlgValue {ControlName$ | ControlIndex},Value
Description Changes the value of the given control.
Comments The value of any given control is an Integer and depends on its type, according to the following table:
Control Type Description of Value
Option group The index of the new selected option button within the group (0 is the first option button, 1 is the second, and so on).
List box The index of the new selected item.
Drop list box The index of the new selected item.
Check box 1 if the check box is to be checked; 0 if the check is to be removed.
A runtime error is generated if DlgValue is used with controls other than those listed in the above table.
The ControlName$ parameter contains the name of the .Identifier parameter associated with a control in the dialog box template. A case-insensitive comparison is used to locate the specific control within the template. Alternatively, by specifying the ControlIndex parameter, a control can be referred to using its index in the dialog box template (0 is the first control in the template, 1 is the second, and so on).
Example This code fragment toggles the value of a check box.
Sub Main()
  If DlgValue("MyCheckBox") = 1 Then
    DlgValue "MyCheckBox",0
    DlgValue "MyCheckBox",1
  End If
End Sub
See Also DlgControlId (function); DlgEnable (function); DlgEnable (statement); DlgFocus (function); DlgFocus (statement); DlgListBoxArray (function); DlgListBoxArray (statement); DlgSetPicture (statement); DlgText (statement); DlgText$ (function); DlgValue (function); DlgVisible (statement); DlgVisible (function).