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Hi,
I populate treeView with hierarchy up to 5 levels...
How can i get child nodes on lowest level (in this example on 5 th level ) depending of selected Parent...
For instance, i want to populate list box with child nodes on lowest level ...
If I select e.g. Node on 2nd level in treeview my list box should be populated with all child nodes defined on 5th level which belong to selected parent...
How can I make this working....

Please help...
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by:Mike Tomlinson
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Do you want nodes at the 5th level specifically?...or just any "leaf" nodes (nodes with no children) below the currently selected node?
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Here is how to find all "leaf" nodes:  
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
        If Not IsNothing(TreeView1.SelectedNode) Then
            Dim Values As New List(Of String)
            FindLeaves(TreeView1.SelectedNode, Values)
            ListBox1.DataSource = Values
        End If
    End Sub

    Private Sub FindLeaves(ByVal TN As TreeNode, ByVal leaves As List(Of String))
        For Each node As TreeNode In TN.Nodes
            If node.Nodes.Count = 0 Then
                leaves.Add(node.Text)
            Else
                FindLeaves(node, leaves)
            End If
        Next
    End Sub

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Here is how to find all nodes at level 5:  
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
        If Not IsNothing(TreeView1.SelectedNode) Then
            Dim Values As New List(Of String)
            FindLeaves(TreeView1.SelectedNode, 4, Values) ' <-- Level is 0 (zero) based!
            ListBox1.DataSource = Values
        End If
    End Sub

    Private Sub FindLeaves(ByVal TN As TreeNode, ByVal Level As Integer, ByVal leaves As List(Of String))
        For Each node As TreeNode In TN.Nodes
            If node.Level = Level Then
                leaves.Add(node.Text)
            ElseIf node.Nodes.Count > 0 AndAlso node.Level < Level Then
                FindLeaves(node, Level, leaves)
            End If
        Next
    End Sub

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by:alsam
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Hi,
the 5th level is just as example... its not fix category....Hierarchy levels can be different for diffrent hierarchies....
So basically I can have 5 or 6 or 7 etc. level hierarchy.... The last level (the lowest one) is what Im interestd in...
So basically, depending which parent node I select in hierarchy i would like to populate listbox with all children on lowest level...for ilustration let say I have 5 level hierarchy... when i select any node on 2nd level within the hierarchy list box should be populated with coresponding nodes from level 5....
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by:Mike Tomlinson
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Try the first example then...  =)
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by:alsam
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Thank you very much...
First example produce the result as expected....
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