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How to use GUICtrlSetData for GUICtrlCreateListViewItem

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ajit

Hi

I am finding it difficult to use GuiCtrlSetData for GUICtrlCreateListViewItem. I could'nt understand it from the help file. Could someone help me out?

$INI = "test.ini"

;$Ini = "C:\SomePath\SomeFile.ini"

$aSecs = IniReadSectionNames($Ini)

$Main = GUICreate("Test GUI")

$Lv = GUICtrlCreateListView("Section|Key|Value",10,10,300, 300)

For $I = 1 To Ubound($aSecs) -1

$aVals = IniReadSection($Ini, $aSecs[$I])

For $X = 1 To Ubound($aVals) -1

$sVal = $aSecs[$i] & "|" & $aVals[$x][0] & "|" & $aVals[$x][1]

GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($sVal, $Lv)

Next

Next

GUISetState()

While 1

If GUIGetMsg() = -3 Then Exit

Wend

Thanks

Ajit

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PsaltyDS

Hi

I am finding it difficult to use GuiCtrlSetData for GUICtrlCreateListViewItem. I could'nt understand it from the help file. Could someone help me out?

$INI = "test.ini"

;$Ini = "C:\SomePath\SomeFile.ini"

$aSecs = IniReadSectionNames($Ini)

$Main = GUICreate("Test GUI")

$Lv = GUICtrlCreateListView("Section|Key|Value",10,10,300, 300)

For $I = 1 To Ubound($aSecs) -1

$aVals = IniReadSection($Ini, $aSecs[$I])

For $X = 1 To Ubound($aVals) -1

$sVal = $aSecs[$i] & "|" & $aVals[$x][0] & "|" & $aVals[$x][1]

GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($sVal, $Lv)

Next

Next

GUISetState()

While 1

If GUIGetMsg() = -3 Then Exit

Wend

Thanks

Ajit

You need to save the Control ID of each ListViewItem you create (I prefer in an array, but it doesn't have to be).

When you do GuiCtrlSetData() you will provide the Control ID of the item you want to change. To do that, you must have saved it when you created it.

#include <Array.au3>

Global $aSecs[4] = [3, "One", "Two", "Three"]
Global $aVals[4][2] = [[3, ""], ["Alpha", 1], ["Beta", 2], ["Gamma", 3]]
Global $aLVItems[1] = [0]

$Main = GUICreate("Test GUI")
$Lv = GUICtrlCreateListView("Section|Key|Value", 10, 10, 300, 300)

For $I = 1 To UBound($aSecs) - 1
    For $X = 1 To UBound($aVals) - 1
        $sVal = $aSecs[$I] & "|" & $aVals[$X][0] & "|" & $aVals[$X][1]
        $iLVItem = GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($sVal, $Lv)
        _ArrayAdd($aLVItems, $iLVItem); Save the Control ID for future reference
    Next
Next

GUISetState()

Sleep(5000)
; Change the text in the second item:
GUICtrlSetData($aLVItems[2], "My|New|Data")

While 1
    If GUIGetMsg() = -3 Then Exit
WEnd

:)

Edit: Added demo.

Edited by PsaltyDS

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ajit

You need to save the Control ID of each ListViewItem you create (I prefer in an array, but it doesn't have to be).

When you do GuiCtrlSetData() you will provide the Control ID of the item you want to change. To do that, you must have saved it when you created it.

#include <Array.au3>

Global $aSecs[4] = [3, "One", "Two", "Three"]
Global $aVals[4][2] = [[3, ""], ["Alpha", 1], ["Beta", 2], ["Gamma", 3]]
Global $aLVItems[1] = [0]

$Main = GUICreate("Test GUI")
$Lv = GUICtrlCreateListView("Section|Key|Value", 10, 10, 300, 300)

For $I = 1 To UBound($aSecs) - 1
    For $X = 1 To UBound($aVals) - 1
        $sVal = $aSecs[$I] & "|" & $aVals[$X][0] & "|" & $aVals[$X][1]
        $iLVItem = GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($sVal, $Lv)
        _ArrayAdd($aLVItems, $iLVItem); Save the Control ID for future reference
    Next
Next

GUISetState()

Sleep(5000)
; Change the text in the second item:
GUICtrlSetData($aLVItems[2], "My|New|Data")

While 1
    If GUIGetMsg() = -3 Then Exit
WEnd

:)

Edit: Added demo.

@PsaltyDS

Thanks very much for your help. Works perfect.

Thanks again.

Regards

Ajit

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