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listbox cannot add item

Posted on 1998-04-13
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mylistbox give an error 381 whenever i try to add items to the list property in
a subroutine.
eg, private sub Additem()
dim i as integer
for i =0  to 19
listbox.list(i) = array(i)
next
end sub      
can i do the above?
if not , what should i do?
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Question by:deuter
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tapsbin earned 50 total points
ID: 1461163
It seems from your question that you have already added items
to your listbox and you want to reassign the elements with the
new values.

(A) If you don't have any element in your listbox then apply
following...

Private Sub AddItem()
    Dim iCnt As Integer
    For iCnt = 0  To 19
    ListBox.AddItem = <Name Of An Array>(iCnt)
Next
End Sub

(B) If you already have the elements and wants to reassign ...

Private Sub AddItem()
    Dim iCnt As Integer

    ListBox.Clear       ' This will clear all the elements
                        ' from your listbox control.
    For iCnt = 0  To 19
    ListBox.AddItem = <Name Of An Array>(iCnt)
Next

If you are not satisfied please tell me more what do you want..
but please do not reopen...i want the points...very eager to
earn the points....

Kind Regards,

TAPS


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by:deuter
ID: 1461164
Taps thanks for your help  it has been very useful.
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