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I have tvo listbox when i click any item in the listbox1 then i will the listbox2 item moves to the itemindex of listbox1 ( the blue arround it )and one question ( what is the "values" and "Name" properties of this component? how can i use them..Thanks.....
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rwilson032697 earned 50 total points
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The name property is the componet name (eg: ListBox1). There is not property "values" in the TlistBox component, I assume you mean "items".

Items is the list of entries in the list box. To add some items you can do this:

listBox1.items.add('Item 1');
listBox1.items.add('Item 2');
listBox1.items.add('Item 3');

Cheers,

Raymond.
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by:kretzschmar
ID: 1349759
hi emiltor,

first:

procedure TForm1.ListBox1Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  Listbox2.ItemIndex := listbox1.ItemIndex;
end;

second

  There is no value property
  Name is the property where you can name the component

meikl

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by:kretzschmar
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hi emiltor,

the items in listbox contains the property values

you can use this, when the entries in the listbox in the following format

xy=z

with

with listbox1.items.values['xy'] you can retrieve the z

sample

  edit1.text :=  listbox1.items.values['xy'];

meikl
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by:viktornet
ID: 1349761
YOu can use this..

OnClick()

ListBox2.ItemIndex := ListBox1.ItemIndex;

or if the same string is in a different line then you can use something like this...

ListBox2.ItemIndex := ListBox2.IndexOf(ListBox1.Items.Strings[ListBox1.ItemIndex]);

Hope this helps...

Cheers,
Viktor
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by:emiltor
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by:kretzschmar
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hi emiltor,

are you sure that your accepted answer reflects your question?

meikl
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by:emiltor
ID: 1349764
Yes..... Victornet have it
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by:kretzschmar
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Oh .. really?

i think rwilson have it

meikl
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by:emiltor
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RWilson have the answer for "Values" question And Name but not the other question

Like move the blue arround the text in listbox2 on listbox1.itemindex
Viktornet have the answer for that...


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by:kretzschmar
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as you mean
its your thread

meikl

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