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Read/Write TRzCheckList (Raize) in c++Builder

Posted on 1997-07-28
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In my application I included a CheckListbox.
How can I :
1. determine which checkboxes have been checked
2. change the checkstate at runtime
3. check which item is selected
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Question by:droos
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by:AVaulin
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1. Use CheckListbox::GetCheck method
2. Use CheckListbox::SetCheck method
3. Write cycle
for( int i=0; i<YourCheckListBox.GetCount(); i++ )
{
// use CheckListbox::GetCheck method
}

Good luck.
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by:droos
ID: 1166109
It doesn't deem to work. I get the message 'GetCheck' is not a member of 'Rzchklst::TRzCheckList'

Couldn't you provide me with a small example ?
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by:droos
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gaohong earned 150 total points
ID: 1166111
Hi, Droos:

Basically, Avaulin is right, except maybe a typo

You should use:

bool GetChecked();
void SetChecked(bool);

to do what you want.

Hope this helps

Gaohong Xie
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