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Treeview ... GetText of the node that subitem belongs.

Posted on 2006-07-12
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Hi.

I'm back again with TreeView questions :)

Well if i click on C1 how do i get the Caption of A1 (C1 is a child of A1)?
and if i click on A1 ---> Get the Caption of A0000

A0000
  |
 -A1
     |
      C1
      C2
      C3
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treeview1.Selected.Parent.Text ;)
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:) Thanks you Ciuly :) :)
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That was fast.....
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