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How do I add items (text) in a Tlistview object?
sample code please!
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Question by:gikam
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procedure TfrmMissionMain.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
VAR
  NewItem : TListItem;
begin
  NewItem := ListView1.Items.Add;
  NewItem.Caption := 'Some text';
end;

The Neil =:)
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by:gikam
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how do I select the column where the item will be added?
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by:nnbbb09
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If you are using the listview in report mode then the Caption property of a TListItem corresponds to the first column in the listview. To add text to other columns you need to add strings to the subitems property which is of type TStrings. eg :

VAR
 NewItem : TListItem;
begin
 NewItem := ListView1.Items.Add;
 NewItem.Caption := 'Some text'; // this is the first column

 NewItem.SubItems.Add('Text 2'); // this is the second column

 NewItem.SubItems.Add('Text 3'); // this is the second column

  // and so on...

end;

regards

Jo
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by:alx512
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procedure TfrmMissionMain.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
VAR
 NewItem : TListItem;
begin
 NewItem := ListView1.Items.Add;
 NewItem.Caption := 'Some text';

 ListView1.Selected := NewItem;
 ListView1.Focused  := NewItem;
end;
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