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Check the state of a Control

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I know that you can set the state of a control using GUICtrlSetstate but how can you retrieve the state of a control?

ex:

GUICtrlSetstate($Button_0,$GUI_ENABLE)

How can I check the state of Button_0?

Edited by Dieuz

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I know that you can set the state of a control using GUICtrlSetstate but how can you retrieve the state of a control?

ex:

GUICtrlSetstate($Button_0,$GUI_ENABLE)

How can I check the state of Button_0?

GUICtrlGetState($Button_0)

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From Help File:

GUICtrlGetState

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Gets the current state of a control

GUICtrlGetState ( [controlID] )

Parameters:

controlID [optional] The control identifier (controlID) as returned by a GUICtrlCreate... function.

Return Value:

Success: Returns the state. See GUICtrlSetState for values.

Failure: Returns -1 if control is not defined.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Hmm, tough question indeed...

GUICtrlGetState perhaps?

*Edit: Bah two posts in the time it took me to write mine.

Edited by Saunders

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks! I dont why I did not saw that in the help file :shocked:

Edited by Dieuz

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