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How to erase/remove a label?

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mdes

In my application, I draw a lot of labels (+ a tooltip for every of each). I would like to delete all of them; is there another way instead of keeping in an array all the returned controlID, and to loop on all GUICtrlDelete()?

In fact, I would like to erase all the labels, but this cannot be done without GUICtrlDelete().

Thanks for any advice :(


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buzz44

I would think keeping an array is the only way.

Dim $label[4]

$label[0] = GUICtrlCreateLabel()
$label[1] = GUICtrlCreateLabel()
$label[2] = GUICtrlCreateLabel()
$label[3] = GUICtrlCreateLabel()
$label[4] = GUICtrlCreateLabel()

For $I = 0 to UBound($label) - 1
   GUICtrlDelete($label[$I])
Next

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steveR

In fact, I would like to erase all the labels, but this cannot be done without GUICtrlDelete().

If you just want to erase the text of the label, try
GuiCtrlSetDate($ctrlID, "")
Edited by steveR

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mdes

If you just want to erase the text of the label, try

GuiCtrlSetDate($ctrlID, "")
Not enough, I will have to delete also the Tips.

So, I will delete them with an array and a For Loop :(

I would like to have something like For each $label in gui.Labels or GUI.Labels.Collection.Clear : Don't forbid me to dream :(

Thanks for yours contributions :


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steveR

The same with tips;

GUICtrlSetTip ( $controlID, "" )
Just loop through them like Burrup showed. In the beta, there is a For..In structure that works with objects and arrays, but nothing like collections.

Edited by steveR

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mdes

In the beta, there is a For..In structure that works with objects and arrays, but nothing like collections.

I'm often using FOR..IN, but there is no object grouping the labels, nor the tips; so, I will keep the controlsID's in a array and delete them in a FOR GUICtrlDelete(ControlID) loop... as I said in my first post. Edited by mdes

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