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Syslistview returning array

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The following code returns an array of elements from a given SyslistView contorl handle.

This code works fine when called the first time. But does not work properly when called the second time. The first array is getting deleted. What is the right way to return the array?

CODE
Func getSyslistView ($listhandle, $column)

$total = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemCount ($listhandle)

Local $ar[1]

;MsgBox (0,"Total", $total);

For $itemcounter = 0 to $total -1

$log = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemText($listHandle, $itemcounter,$column)

_ArrayAdd($ar, $log)

Next

;MsgBox (0,"Log", $log)

if (_ArrayMaxIndex($ar) <> 0) Then

_ArrayDelete ($ar,0)

EndIf

;_ArrayDisplay($ar)

return $ar

EndFunc

Thanks for the help guys. The forums rock!

Cheers

Koushik

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The following code returns an array of elements from a given SyslistView contorl handle.

This code works fine when called the first time. But does not work properly when called the second time. The first array is getting deleted. What is the right way to return the array?

CODE
Func getSyslistView ($listhandle, $column)

$total = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemCount ($listhandle)

Local $ar[1]

;MsgBox (0,"Total", $total);

For $itemcounter = 0 to $total -1

$log = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemText($listHandle, $itemcounter,$column)

_ArrayAdd($ar, $log)

Next

;MsgBox (0,"Log", $log)

if (_ArrayMaxIndex($ar) <> 0) Then

_ArrayDelete ($ar,0)

EndIf

;_ArrayDisplay($ar)

return $ar

EndFunc

Thanks for the help guys. The forums rock!

Cheers

Koushik

The _ArrayAdd() and _ArrayMaxIndex() stuff is very awkward. Try this:
Func getSyslistView($listhandle, $column)
    $total = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemCount($listhandle)
    If $total > 0 Then
        Local $ar[$total - 1]
        For $i = 0 To $total - 1
            $ar[$i] = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemText($listhandle, $i, $column)
        Next
        Return $ar
    Else
        Return SetError(1, 0, 0)
    EndIf
EndFunc  ;==>getSyslistView

:)


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