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Combobox

Posted on 2003-11-04
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Last Modified: 2010-05-03
hi,

This is the problem.

When I delete a combobox item from then combobox list I get an empty rule in the text file where I save the combobox list
like

item1
item2
item3

so when I delete a item

"empty rule"
item2
item3

is there a way to delete the empty space so I don't get a empty rule because other code strand on a empty rule

***
When I press the delete button
this is on a form

Private Sub Command5_Click()
Dim piet As String
On Error GoTo fout
piet = Combo1.Text
Kill piet


If Combo1.ListCount = 0 Then Exit Sub
Combo1.RemoveItem (Combo1.ListIndex)
SaveCombo1
fout:
Exit Sub
End Sub

******
This is on a module

Public Sub SaveCombo1()

Open "naam" For Output As #1

For x = 1 To Form4.Combo1.ListCount
   Print #1, Form4.Combo1.List(x)
Next
Close #1
End Sub

thanks

Eric
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Question by:klikklik
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Expert Comment

by:NBrownoh
ID: 9677329
you need to open the file, then clear the file, then write into the file.
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NBrownoh earned 50 total points
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oops, i dont think thats your problem, in the code

For x = 1 To Form4.Combo1.ListCount
   Print #1, Form4.Combo1.List(x)
Next

change it to

For x = 1 To Form4.Combo1.ListCount
   Tstr$ = Form4.Combo1.List(x)
   if Tstr$ <> "" then
     Print #1, Tstr$
   end if
Next
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by:Deshin13
ID: 9677340
Why dont you have a IF THEN ELSE before that???

If Piet = " " then
   exit sub
else
  piet = Combo1.Text
  Kill piet

   If Combo1.ListCount = 0 Then Exit Sub
   Combo1.RemoveItem (Combo1.ListIndex)
   SaveCombo1
end if

exit sub
fout:
Exit Sub

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Expert Comment

by:GrahamSkan
ID: 9677387
Change this line:
For x = 1 To Form4.Combo1.ListCount
to
For x = 0 To Form4.Combo1.ListCount - 1
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Author Comment

by:klikklik
ID: 9677517
Thanks it works

If Piet = " " then
   exit sub
else
  piet = Combo1.Text
  Kill piet

was a try to del the empty string

but it works now

I hope that I can help YOU next time
eric
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by:NBrownoh
ID: 9680087
dont forget to award the points
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by:NBrownoh
ID: 9685010
cool, i didnt think i was the right answere, but thats cool.  getting 3900 expert points in 24 hours is pretty cool hehe, just started doing this almost 24 hours ago now.
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