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Dynamically named DTCs

Dynamically named DTCs

Dynamically named DTCs

(OP)
I've got two DTCs on my page. Ones a textbox the others a listbox. I want them to be dynamically named so I use the code below:
<%
IF i = 1 THEN
txtSkillID.name = txtSkillID.name & i
txtSkillID.id = txtSkillID.id & i
txtSkillID.value = SkillsRS.Fields("SkillID").Value
ELSE
txtSkillID.name = "txtSkillID" & (i)
txtSkillID.id = "txtSkillID" & (i)
txtSkillID.value = SkillsRS.Fields("SkillID").Value
END IF
%>

But i'm stuck on how to call them. At the moment i'm using:

IndScore = (("lsbScore" & i).getText(("lsbScore" & i).selectedIndex))

but i get:

Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a01a8'

Object required: '[string: "lsbScore1"]'

when I try to run the code. Anyone any ideas where i'm going wrong?

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