Getting a value out of StringDictionary-Here's the answer!

Getting a value out of StringDictionary-Here's the answer!

Post by John » Sat, 03 Jan 2004 14:14:46


Ah, I just found the answer:

The correct syntax is:

string myValue = dataDict["Item3"];

Thanks again for your suggestions...

John F.
 
 
 

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Hi,

THis problem may seem a bit vague ...

Suppose I want to type into column A the following values

+20
+10
-20
-5
10
-10
etc...

What I want to do is create another MATCHED column with "Closed out
values

This column would be updated as i fill my data in Col. A in th
following fashion

First entry (value entered is 20 in A1)
A B
20 20 <-- automatic update in B1

2nd entry (value entered is 10 in A2)
A B
20 20
10 10 <--- new update

3rd entry(-20 in A3)
A B
20 0 <---- note this?
10 10
-20 0 <--- this value is gone, because it has been "matched" above

(B1 is now 0, this is because I'm "matching" the "first one in" i
"MATCHED Column" B with the new update in A)


A B
20 0
10 5 <---- now this is "matched" as much as possible
-20 0
-5 0 <---- and this value is gone

A B
20 0
10 5
-20 0
-5 0
10 10
. no match, so the new value in column remains as same as in column


(this one is important)
A B
20 0
10 0 <--- now this value was fully matched
-20 0
-5 0
10 5 <-- this value was partly matched
-10 0 <--- and this value is 0

And so on..
Any help on how to do this would be greatly appreciated.

thank

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