so the previous label would be Text1(0) and the copied one named Text1(1) and so on, this was to me, a brilliant aid in that when programming, for next loops were extremely easy to change the values of the created array i.e.

B4X:

```
for i = 0 to 10
Text1(i).BackColor = &HFFFFFF
next i
```

The problem is I can't find a similar way of doing it in B4J so I have manually created the labels, say b1, b2, b3 etc. So if I wish to change the background color of all the labels I have to do them one by one, i.e.

B4X:

```
Dim x As B4XView = b1
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b2
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b3
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b4
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b5
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b6
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b7
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b8
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b9
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
Dim x As B4XView = b10
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
```

I assume there is a better way of coding this, again in my previous reincarnation using MSM (MUMPS) you could assign a new variable to use in the for next loop i.e.

B4X:

```
Dim var as string
for i = 1 to 10
var = "b" & i
Dim x As B4XView = @var
x.Color = 0xFFFFFAFA
next i
```

Sadly I'm at a loss in B4J, can anyone help, thanks in advance