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Posted on 2009-04-09
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Hi all,

I have a listviewcontrol (details with 3 columns)  on my form wich I  fill row by row with a button. This works fine but now I want to loop through it and say get each value of the third column..
How do I do that? how do I get the value for each row of the third column? I need to show the sum of this column in a textbox..

Grts
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by:Gautham Janardhan
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can u post the code how u fill the list view
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs) earned 500 total points
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Try this....


    private void SumItems()

    {

        double sum = 0;

        foreach (ListViewItem lvi in ListView1.Items) {

            sum += Convert.ToDouble(lvi.SubItems(2).Text);

        }

        TextBox1.Text = "Sum = " + sum;

    }

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by:Pit76
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Thx! That works like a charm :d
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