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  1. #1
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    how to break For...next Statement loop

    hello guys please help me to get out of this problem
    im making quiz project but im stuck for loop
    example(i have 60 array form loop.. i i can't stop the loop if the user get 5 wrong or get 40 correct..

    here is the sample code
    Code:
     
    intNumberOfForms = 40
    
        frmQuizArray = Shuffle(intNumberOfForms - 1)
        
        For i = 0 To intNumberOfForms - 1
             
            Set frmQuiz = Forms.Add("frmQuiz" & frmQuizArrArray(i))
            frm.Show vbModal
            Set frm = Nothing
        Next i
    i want to break it or insert this code but does not work.. sorry im realy noob

    Code:
    If quiz.markWrong = 5 then
                 formfail.show
             elseif quiz.markCheck  = 40 then
                  formpassed.show
             else
                  quiz.markWrong = quiz.markWrong
                   quiz.markCheck = quiz.markCheck
    End if

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    Re: how to break For...next Statement loop

    Use a Exit For when you want to exit the for loop... so like this..

    Code:
    intNumberOfForms = 40
    
        frmQuizArray = Shuffle(intNumberOfForms - 1)
        
        For i = 0 To intNumberOfForms - 1
             
            Set frmQuiz = Forms.Add("frmQuiz" & frmQuizArrArray(i))
            frm.Show vbModal
            Set frm = Nothing
    
            If quiz.markWrong = 5 then
                 formfail.show
                 Exit For
             elseif quiz.markCheck  = 40 then
                  formpassed.show
                  Exit For
             End if
        Next i
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    Re: how to break For...next Statement loop

    Quote Originally Posted by GremlinSA View Post
    Use a Exit For when you want to exit the for loop... so like this..

    Code:
    intNumberOfForms = 40
    
        frmQuizArray = Shuffle(intNumberOfForms - 1)
        
        For i = 0 To intNumberOfForms - 1
             
            Set frmQuiz = Forms.Add("frmQuiz" & frmQuizArrArray(i))
            frm.Show vbModal
            Set frm = Nothing
    
            If quiz.markWrong = 5 then
                 formfail.show
                 Exit For
             elseif quiz.markCheck  = 40 then
                  formpassed.show
                  Exit For
             End if
        Next i
    sir thanks i try my best to understand it.. its working but sometimes its showing a debug. (object unloaded) did i mistaken using if.. else.. statement methods

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    Re: how to break For...next Statement loop

    On what line do you get the error, and under what conditions?
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    Re: how to break For...next Statement loop

    And you should not be using one form for each question. Place all 40 questions on one form and I think your results will be easier to accomplish and the people taking this quiz will be less likely to get lost in the forms.
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