Same Error Everytime! List1.RemoveItem (0)

Posted on 2004-08-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I think its trying to delete what's not there anymore.  After I press the stop button, i make it clear the lists, and disable timer. but this error always pops up afterwards.  is there a way to fix this?

In A Timer:

If List1.ListCount > 0 Then
 List1.Selected(0) = True
    Parsemeth1 (List1.List(0))
    List1.RemoveItem (0) <----------------------invalid procedure call or argument.
    If List1.ListCount = 0 Then
        Timer4.Enabled = False
        End If
        If Text44 = "0" Then
        Timer4.Enabled = False
        End If

 thank you.
Question by:andyakira
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Expert Comment

by:Ryan Chong
ID: 11769623

List1.RemoveItem 0


Call List1.RemoveItem (0)

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Expert Comment

ID: 11769974
>>>>> List1.RemoveItem (0) <----------------------invalid procedure call or argument.

Change it to :

If List1.ListCount > 0 then List1.RemoveItem (0)

Expert Comment

ID: 11770004
if u clear the list when u press ur stop button, can see how it enters the loop:

If List1.ListCount > 0 Then   <---this should be 0

also  why do u do this: List1.Selected(0) = True
                                  Parsemeth1 (List1.List(0))

when u do a:
        Timer4.Enabled = False

also set: Timer4.interval = 0.

i have a feeling this is because of multiple timers...are u disablign the correct timer?

also...set a breakpoint in this function and check the value of listcount etc..

i am also wondering if it shud be .Remove(1).....forget whats the base of a list...
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Expert Comment

by:Mahdi Mansour
ID: 11770779
if what u r trying is only to clear the list and stop the timer use :

Private Sub Timer1_Timer()
If List1.ListCount > 0 Then
 List1.Selected(0) = True
    List1.RemoveItem (0)
  End If
   If List1.ListCount = 0 Then
      Timer1.Enabled = False
      End If

End Sub
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Expert Comment

by:Ioannis Paraskevopoulos
ID: 11771368
private sub Button_click()
end sub
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Accepted Solution

EDDYKT earned 80 total points
ID: 11771776
just put

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