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User defined type as variant

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I want to place structure to treeview item to get some
groupped information. Because user manual says that
is not possible to assign user defined types to variant datatype -- my question is what way to place structure to variant datatype. Or what another solution can be dome for that.
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i know a easy soluction.
Basicaly you must create an array of that structure, and in the variante you maus store the array's index or a key. That way you can assign anything you what to that variant because it will be liked to the array.
To read the information you will only need to read the array at the index posiction or with the key in it.
Isted of an array you can also use a colection of a class.
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