Programmatic Referencing Of Literals And Object Properties?

Jul 15, 2010

I have advice that this might work for programmatically filling a set of literals from a set of object properties:-


However, the line: ctl.Text = fails because it's not understood that should translate to pageData.help1, pageData.help2, etc.

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