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Delete child node from Treeview

Posted on 1999-01-18
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How can I delete easily all the child nodes of a given node?
I have tried something like this:
Set anyNode = myTree.Nodes(myIndex).Child
While anyNode.Children <> 0
  myTree.Nodes.Remove myTree.Nodes(myIndex).Child.Index)
Wend
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Question by:pjroy
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Your example works, but you are setting anyNode's index to the first child when it should be set to the parent node. It should read:

Set anyNode = myTree.Nodes(myIndex)
While anyNode.Children <> 0
  myTree.Nodes.Remove (myTree.Nodes(myIndex).Child.Index)
Wend
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