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get count of items in a listbox from another listbox on userform

Posted on 2014-04-02
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userform
excel 2010 vba
2 listboxes
Listbox1
Listbox2

First:
I'm populating  listbox1  first from Listbox2(specifically from column 38)

So listbox1 may contain :
Pumps
Motors
Hammers

What I need:
I need to add a count , the the items in listbox1 from Listbox2(column 38)

Example: I had 17 items in Listbox2.  

Listbox1 would now look like.
Pumps (8)
Motors (5)
Hammers (4)

Thanks
fordraiders

' populating listbox1 from Listbox2
ri = 0
UserForm2.ListBox1.Clear
With UserForm2.ListBox2
    For ri = .ListCount - 1 To 0 Step -1
        UserForm2.ListBox1.AddItem .List(ri, 38)
    Next
End With

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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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How about a working file?
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

pls try ( With reference to Microsoft Scripting Runtime)

Dim Array1  As Variant
Dim Dict As Dictionary

Array1 = Application.Index(ListBox1.List, , 38)
Set Dict = New Dictionary
For Idx = LBound(Array1, 1) To UBound(Array1, 1)
    If Dict.Exists(Array1(Idx, 1)) Then
        Dict.Item(Array1(Idx, 1)) = Dict.Item(Array1(Idx, 1)) + 1
    Else
        Dict.Add Array1(Idx, 1), 1
    End If
Next
For Each strKey In Dict.Keys()
    Me.ListBox2.AddItem (strKey & " (" & Dict(strKey) & ")")
Next

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Thanks
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by:fordraiders
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would this work also ?
Dim kk As Variant
kk = UserForm2.ListBox32.List

For ri = 0 To UserForm2.ListBox49.ListCount - 1
 
   With UserForm2.ListBox32
    For jj = .ListCount - 1 To 0 Step -1
       For Each kk In UserForm2.ListBox32
        If UserForm2.ListBox32.List(jj, 38) = UserForm2.ListBox49.List(ri, 0) Then
        UserForm2.ListBox49.List(ri, 0) = UserForm2.ListBox49.List(ri, 0)
        cc = cc + 1
        End If
        Next kk
    Next jj
    UserForm2.ListBox49.List(ri, 1) = "(" & cc & ")"  
    End With
    cc = 0
Next ri
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by:fordraiders
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Array1 = Application.Index(ListBox1.List, , 38)

  THIS ARRAY stays empty ?

routine not working properly...sorry...
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by:Rgonzo1971
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HI,

Have you tried to use

Array1 = Application.Index(UserForm2.ListBox32.List, , 38)
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by:fordraiders
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yes. That's.
Array1 = Application.Index(UserForm2.ListBox32.List, , 38)  
that's what I used.
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