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PracticalProgram
post Oct 17 2019, 07:39 AM
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I have a multi select listbox and I am able to read the items selected in that listbox . . . but as a user is selecting an item, I want to be able to determine what they have most recently selected or unselected.

I could, of course, create a table (or an array) to record the listbox selections and compare the current table(array) to the previous table(array).

But is there a more direct way to determine what was the most recent item selected?

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Ken
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GroverParkGeorge
post Oct 17 2019, 07:48 AM
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An array of items selected.... That's the technique I've seen and used.

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Larry Larsen
post Oct 17 2019, 08:02 AM
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You mention the scenario of a comparison between items selected.. (ie: two tables ) is that your aim..??

Have you looked at the ListIndex property of the listbox, to capture the current item selected..

Just had a rummage through some old demo db's and found a small example on what details you can extract from a single selected item in a listbox..


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PracticalProgram
post Oct 17 2019, 08:21 AM
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That was it !!!

Thanks.

Ken
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