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Posted on 2004-04-02
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Hi there,

I would first like to say that i'm giving you all the points that i'm got left, so i understand if i don't get a response.

I have the following code in a ListView:

var
I, tmp: Integer;

for I:= 0 to ListView1.Items.Count - 1 do
begin
 tmp:=  StrToInt(ListView1.Items[I].Caption);
 case tmp of
  0:begin //do something here end;
  1:begin //do something here end;
  2:begin //do something here end;
 end;
 end;

What i need to know it how do copy each field the it reads while looping to a Tmemo or TEdit ect...

So, if the first line contains whenever, the i need to copy the items or subitems somewhere else.

In other word to be able to copy them somewhere else.

I really need this, but i understand that i haven't got much points left, so i understand if i don't get help.
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wframsay earned 43 total points
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You wish to copy what from the ListView?  The Caption for each item?

TMemo.Add( ListView1.Items[ i ].Caption );
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by:wframsay
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Make that Memo1.Lines.Add( ListView1.Items[ i ].Caption );

or.. for your TEdit:

Edit1.Caption :=  ListView1.Items[ i ].Caption;
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by:sfern
ID: 10740990
Thanks for your help.

And sorry for not having more points left.

I really appriciate it.

Thanks again

SFern
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