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ListIndex or elements' index?

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Does it exists?

Or what is the same, how do you access the elements into a combobox or listbox using their index rather than their "text"?

I did search the help for "list index", "listindex", "index", but without any luck...

 

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Access in what way, there are a lot of functions out there to access these controls by index, but you'd need to specify how you want to interact with them.

Look for _GUICtrlListBox_* functions for listboxes and _GUICtrlComboBox_* functions for comboboxes.


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Access in what way, there are a lot of functions out there to access these controls by index, but you'd need to specify how you want to interact with them.

Look for _GUICtrlListBox_* functions for listboxes and _GUICtrlComboBox_* functions for comboboxes.

 

Yes, I found it.

Thanks.

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