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listview subitems problem.

Posted on 2009-05-10
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look at this line SubItems.Add(FloatToStr(Bumpri));

I need to add subitems based on the caption.
if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Ft Bumper')  then
      sum:= Bumpri * LaborX;
    if (label1.Caption = 'R & I  Lt Head Light')  then
      sum:= rilftheadlilght * LaborX;
    if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Hood')  then
      sum:=  rihood *   laborx ;<<<<<<<
How can i know which caption was used to do the math so I know which On to insert into the listview.
var

Hale,Dent: Boolean;

 rihood, rilftheadlilght, bumpri: Double;

  Sum, laborx: Double;

  ListItem: TListItem;

begin

  Dent:= datamodule1.AQcustomerinfo.FieldByName('DentWork').AsBoolean;

  Hale:= Datamodule1.AQcustomerinfo.FieldByName('HaleWork').AsBoolean;
 

    If Copy(Label1.Caption,1,5) = 'R & I' Then

    begin

      Bumpri:= 1.5;

      rilftheadlilght:= 1.3;

      rihood:= 1.2;

      Laborx:= StrToFloat(frmsetup.Edit5.text);

    if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Ft Bumper')  then

      sum:= Bumpri * LaborX;

    if (label1.Caption = 'R & I  Lt Head Light')  then

      sum:= rilftheadlilght * LaborX;

    if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Hood')  then

      sum:=  rihood *   laborx ;

    begin

    ListItem := form1.ListView1.Items.Add;

     with ListItem do

     begin

     Caption := Datamodule1.AQGlobalID.fieldbyname('GlobalID').AsString;// first column

     SubItems.Add(Form1.Label1.Caption);

     SubItems.Add(FloatToStr(Bumpri));

     SubItems.Add('');

     SubItems.Add('');

     SubItems.Add('');

     SubItems.Add('');

     SubItems.Add(floattostr(sum)) ;

     

     end;

    end;

      end

      else

    if  Dent = True then

  begin

  frmDentRepair.Label3.Caption:= 'Operations:  '+ Form1.Label1.Caption;

  frmDentRepair.ShowModal;

  End

  else

   if Hale = True then

   begin

   frmDentRepair.Label3.Caption:= 'Operations:  '+ Form1.Label1.Caption;

   frmHale.ShowModal;

   end
 

 end;

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Question by:Grant Fullen
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by:8080_Diver
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How about setting an integer variable to a differnt value for each of the captions you are testing and then using that in a Case statement to determine what to do?

    if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Ft Bumper')  

    then begin

      sum:= Bumpri * LaborX;

      ActionNdx := 0;

    end

    else begin

      if (label1.Caption = 'R & I  Lt Head Light')  

      then begin

        sum:= rilftheadlilght * LaborX;

        ActionNdx := 0;

      end

      else begin

        if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Hood')  

        then begin

          sum:=  rihood *   laborx ;

          ActionNdx := 0;

        end

        else begin

          rasie Exception.Create("We should never get here!");

        end; {if}

      end; {if}

    end; {if}

  

    case ActionNdx of

      0 : begin

          end;

      0 : begin

          end;

      0 : begin

          end;

     else begin

          end;

    end; {case]

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8080_Diver earned 250 total points
ID: 24351077
Oops, clicked too soon! ;-)

    if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Ft Bumper')  

    then begin

      sum:= Bumpri * LaborX;

      ActionNdx := 0;

    end

    else begin

      if (label1.Caption = 'R & I  Lt Head Light')  

      then begin

        sum:= rilftheadlilght * LaborX;

        ActionNdx := 1;

      end

      else begin

        if (label1.Caption = 'R & I Hood')  

        then begin

          sum:=  rihood *   laborx ;

          ActionNdx := 2;

        end

        else begin

          rasie Exception.Create("We should never get here!");

        end; {if}

      end; {if}

    end; {if}

  

    case ActionNdx of

      0 : begin

          end;

      1 : begin

          end;

      2 : begin

          end;

     else begin

          end;

    end; {case]

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by:Grant Fullen
ID: 31579960
Thank you.
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