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    Deleting item using fixed value reference

    As it says, I'm creating a bunch of items, keeping the fixed value of the one I need to delete (in a counter, if it matters), and then need to, on a later event (when I click a button, again if it matters), I need to destroy the item with the stored fixed value. I'd appreciate any help possible with this.

    Also, I started using MMF2 literally less than 24 hours ago, so if you could be as detailed as possible, I'd really appreciate it.

    Thanks for the help!

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    It sounds like you're doing some pretty advanced stuff already!

    Here's an example of how to do what you want. It's only two lines of code so it should be pretty self-explanatory:

    Delete By Fixed Value.mfa

    The main thing to take away from this example is not to use "Compare Two General Values" as that will affect the scope of the object being selected.

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