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How to get data out of a tree control

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27 minutes ago, ParkerJonathan said:

I want to get the string out of a specific cell of a tree control. Why is this so difficult?

Difficult is a subjective term. I find anagrams difficult.

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5 hours ago, ShaunR said:

I find anagrams difficult

Infilict a diffusing drama.

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Its not so bad, you just need to think of it as a hash table that gets displayed as a tree. I think people get into trouble when they try to think of the tree control as a tree.

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I think the tree control is a powerfull tool, to be able to leverage this tool you need to spend a bit of time to understand how to use it.

When I first used it I also though it was difficult, now I'd say it is a bit complex.

 

I encourage you to invest some time to master it!

One cool tool you can have a look to see the power of the Tree Control is Ton Plomp's variant probe available on the LAVA Code Repository

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On 5/25/2018 at 9:15 PM, Neil Pate said:

Because the native tree control API is terrible.

Try something like this, it may make your life easier.

Thanks! this helps me get a 1D array of values in the first column but how about the second?

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