Array to Listview

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Good morning all,

I have a question regarding a situation im in...


I have an array with information from sql query, how can i send this information to a listview ?


$citeste_daune = "SELECT `id_dauna`,`data_incident`,`sala`,`autor`,`suma` FROM `daune` WHERE `status`=1;"
                     $sa_citit_daune = _query($sqlinstance, $citeste_daune)
                     Global $aresult[10001][5] = [[10000, 5]]
                    Global $iindex = 0
                    With $sa_citit_daune
                        While NOT .eof
                            $aresult[$iindex][0] = .fields("id_dauna").value
                            $aresult[$iindex][1] = .fields("data_incident").value
                            $aresult[$iindex][2] = .fields("sala").value
                            $aresult[$iindex][3] = .fields("autor").value
                            $aresult[$iindex][4] = .fields("suma").value
                            $iindex = $iindex + 1
                    ReDim $aresult[$iindex][5]
                     $aresult[0][0] = $iindex - 1
                     GUICtrlCreateListViewItem(_ArrayToString($aresult), $lista_daune_active)


This is what i see when i execure _ArrayDisplay($aresult)


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I have managed to get the data into the list with _GUICtrlListView_AddArray($lista_daune_active,$aresult)


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