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listbox delete selected item help

Posted on 2001-08-28
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i have a listbox called "lstCities" and when i select a city and click on cmdDelete, it deletes that selected item.


Can someone post the simplest code to do this  A.S.A.P



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Ok, it's just this:

Listbox.RemoveItem(Listbox.ListIndex)

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Ok, it's just this:

Listbox.RemoveItem(Listbox.ListIndex)

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penfold69:
duplicate question!
please remove this one!

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