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Delphi TTreeView Reading Nodes/SubNodes

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I Need some help, I cant find info on this and I could use Assistence.

I have a Treeview that holds User Selectable information.

It Looks Like So

Medicine
      Asprin
      Cough Syrup
      Stool Softener
Drinks                         <---if a user clicks this
      Soda                          <--Then Add this
      Tea                            <--this
      Pop                            <--and this Text to a ListBox

I Need 2 things
If a user Clicks a Level 0 (Medicine, Drinks) Then Read All of the Subnodes from that Node To a ListBox.
If the User Clicks a Level 1 Node (soda, pop, tea, Stool Softener, Ect.), Read the Label of only that Child Node.

It sounds Simple... but I cant seem to get it figured out :( IT was a pain to use a Listview as well.
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let say your trivew called as TreeView1. Then

var
  Node: TTreeNode;
  Child: TTreeNode;
begin
  Node := TreeView1.Selected;
  if Assigned(Node) then
    if Node.HasChildren then begin
      // If it has child nodes then it is Node[0] in your sample
      // Enum its child nodes
      Child = Node.GetFirstChild;
      while Assigned(Child) do begin
         ListBox1.Items.Add(Child.Text);
         Child := Node.GetNextChild(Child);
      end;
   end else
      // We are here if node has no child node so simple add its text
      ListBox1.Items.Add(Node.Text);
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Beautiful, Thanks a bunch....

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