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How to delete multi recorders in Listview?

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I want to delete multi recorders in listview at same time, following is
my code:

   with mylistview1 do
   begin
     if items.Count=0 then exit;
     for i:= 0 to Items.Count-1 do
      if items[i].Selected then Items[i].Delete;
   end;

but get error message 'access violation
at address 0047A898', how to solve it?

I am using Delphi 5 and Win98.

Thanks
Shekou

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by:aubs
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try doing it backwards
 with mylistview1 do
                         begin
                           if items.Count=0 then exit;
                           for i:= Items.Count-1 downto 0 do
                            if items[i].Selected then Items[i].Delete;
                         end;
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by:aubs
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Incidently you dont need this line:  if items.Count=0 then exit;

with mylistview1 do
begin
  for i:= Items.Count-1 downto 0 do
    if items[i].Selected then Items[i].Delete;
end;


Sorry an explanation:

suppose you have 5 items in the list that are all selected.
If you delete item[0] there are now only 4 items in the list.
If you delete item[1] there are now only 3 items in the list.
If you delete item[2] there are now only 2 items in the list.
So when you try to delete item[3], you will get an error because item[3] does not exist.

You need to start with the last item in the list, to stop this.

Regards Aubs
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jeurk earned 100 total points
ID: 2693112
hello you should it like that :

procedure TForm1.Button3Click(Sender: TObject);
var
  liSelected, liBuffer: TListItem; //the item actualy selected in the listview
begin
  liSelected := mylistview1.Selected;
  if liSelected = nil then
    exit; //shoul not be possible

  while mylistview1.SelCount <> 0 do
  begin
    //delete the selected Items because they no longer exists
    liBuffer := liSelected;
    //get the next selevted item
    liSelected := mylistview1.GetNextItem(liSelected, sdAll, [isSelected]);
    liBuffer.Delete;
  end;
end;
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by:jeurk
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don't look at the comments ;)
regards...
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by:shekou
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Thank you two, both way works.

Thanks

shekou
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by:jeurk
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Hello,
just curious...
why only a B ?, the answer was with
source code and just a cut and paste
to make your problem work.
let me know please so I can enhance
my next answers...
Thanks.
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