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    Updating label box data as it changes.

    I have written a program in visual basic 6 and I want to count the iterations of a loop and update the number in a caption box AS it's changing. The box doesn't display the changes until the program is done. How do I update it as I go?

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    Re: Updating label box data as it changes.

    I stumbled across the refresh command. it works but all labels flash on then off.

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    Re: Updating label box data as it changes.

    Another question. Is there away way to measure how long how long a process takes to milliseconds? I need the code. I've scoured the internet and found nothing.

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    Re: Updating label box data as it changes.

    For VB questions, I suggest you post them at this site's sister forum:
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