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How do i Remove An Item from listbox this way !!

Posted on 2008-10-15
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All i am trying to do is I Have a listbox and  i have Room Chat Users in it.. now when user leave the room i want him out of listbox too so for that i use  list1.removeitem list1.listindex     but list1.listindex wont work because the listindex isnt selected as current user :-"
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If you don't already know the index of the item that you want to remove, you will have to go through the list and look for the item that matches the particular name.
For i = 1 To List1.ListCount - 1
    If List1.List(i) = "PlayerName" Then
        List1.RemoveItem i
        Exit For
    End If
Next i

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