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ShikiPiki

So, I've been creating a treeview using the GUICtrlCreateTreeView help file and so far what I have is a tree view with

item 1

sub item 1- 5

item 2

sub item 1-5

Next to the tree is a list, and the user can add items from the tree. All of these functions work as intended however now what I'm trying to do with the items added is the following:

When I select item 1/ subitem 3 and press the add button. not only do i want it to add it to the list but i want to get its indices. So as a return i would want something like [1,3] and save it to an array.

I've been snooping around for a function to get these indices and I’ve come across a topic which speaks of developing something like it.. But i can't seem to find any complete functions. Is there one for it?

The reason why I want the indices is because when i populate my tree list i take it from a 10 by 5 array and use the first 2 columns, the first being the item number and the 2nd being the item name. Item 3,4 and 5 are all properties which I will use to make calculations but I don't want the user to see these properties because it would not be neat. So, once I add the items I need their indices so i can go back to the proper location in the original array and find what properties the item they added have and do calculations.

Maybe there is a more simple way to do this which is why I wished to explain in full detail my objective.

Thank you.

-Shikipiki

Edit1 : Fixed some grammar and spelling mistakes to be more clear. Sorry If I am unclear.

Edited by ShikiPiki

Thanks! -ShikiPiki

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ShikiPiki

Not sure if this is it but it looks close

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I saw this as well, and although it would give me the index of the subitems I would like their full path so when i look at item 1 sub item 3 i dont just get 3, i get [1,3].


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kylomas

ShikiPiki,

One way to get the parent / child (assumes only two levels for tree control...

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <GuiTreeView.au3>

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Add_Constants=n

local $gui010   =   guicreate('TreeView Example',400,600)
local $hTV      =   guictrlcreatetreeview(20,20,300,500)
local $btn010   =   guictrlcreatebutton('Press Me!',20,550,360,20)

; populate treeview

local $hItem

for $1 = 0 to 9
    $hItem = _guictrltreeview_add($hTV,0,'Item - ' & stringformat('%03i',$1))
    for $2 = 0 to random(1,10,1)
        _GUICtrlTreeView_AddChild($hTV,$hItem,'Child - ' & stringformat('%03i',$2))
    Next
Next

guisetstate()

while 1
    switch guigetmsg()
        case $gui_event_close
            Exit
        case $btn010
            _show_tree()
    endswitch
wend

func _show_tree()

    local $hSel, $hParent
    $hSel = _guictrltreeview_getselection($hTV)
    $hParent = _GUICtrlTreeView_GetParentHandle($hTV,$hSel)
    if $hParent <> 0 then _
        ConsoleWrite(_GUICtrlTreeView_GetText($hTV,$hParent) & '\' & _GUICtrlTreeView_GetText($hTV,$hSel) & @LF)

endfunc

kylomas

edit: changed code to not output console message if top level selection

Edited by kylomas

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ShikiPiki,

This one is more flexible.  It will return the parent tree from the selected item anywhere in the tree...

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <GuiTreeView.au3>

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Add_Constants=n

local $gui010   =   guicreate('TreeView Example',400,600)
local $hTV      =   guictrlcreatetreeview(20,20,300,500)
local $btn010   =   guictrlcreatebutton('Press Me!',20,550,360,20)

; populate treeview

local $hItem

for $1 = 0 to 9
    $hItem = _guictrltreeview_add($hTV,0,'Item - ' & stringformat('%03i',$1))
    for $2 = 0 to random(1,10,1)
        $hChild = _GUICtrlTreeView_AddChild($hTV,$hItem,'Child - ' & stringformat('%03i',$2))
        for $3 = 0 to random(1,5,1)
            $hSubChild = _guictrltreeview_addchild($hTV,$hChild,'Sub-Child - ' & stringformat('%03i',$3))
            for $4 = 0 to random(1,5,1)
                _guictrltreeview_addchild($hTV,$hSubChild,'Sub-Sub-Child - ' & stringformat('%03i',$4))
            next
        next
    Next
Next

guisetstate()

while 1
    switch guigetmsg()
        case $gui_event_close
            Exit
        case $btn010
            consolewrite(_show_tree() & @lf)
    endswitch
wend

func _show_tree()

    local $hSel, $hParent, $sTree = '', $idx = 0
    $hSel = _guictrltreeview_getselection($hTV)
    $hParent = _GUICtrlTreeView_GetParentHandle($hTV,$hSel)
    $sTree &= _GUICtrlTreeView_GetText($hTV,$hSel) & ','
    $sTree &= _GUICtrlTreeView_GetText($hTV,$hParent) & ','

    while 1

        $hSel = $hParent
        $hParent = _GUICtrlTreeView_GetParentHandle($hTV,$hSel)
        if $hParent = 0 then exitloop
        $sTree &= _GUICtrlTreeView_GetText($hTV,$hParent) & ','

    wend

    local $aTMP = stringsplit(stringtrimright($sTree,1),',',2)

    $sTree = ''

    for $1 = ubound($aTMP) -1 to 0 step -1
        $sTree &= $aTMP[$1] & ' \ '
    Next

    return stringtrimright($sTree,3)

endfunc

kylomas


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ShikiPiki

Ohhh, interesting! Thank you!


Thanks! -ShikiPiki

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