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How could i delete a certain info that i've entered in a listbox??

After entering a certain info in the textfield and then equalized it in another form through listbox, if a certain condition wants to delete it..how could i decode it??

thank you for future reply..i really need a help

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  • Alexander Kogl May 11, 2010

    Agreed. Your query is too vague and requires more information. Please clarify so we can help you!

  • Matthew Page
    Matthew Page May 11, 2010

    What application are you working in? What operating system are you using? Your question unfortunately does not provide enough specifics. Please clarify.

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My OS is Win XP, im using Visual Basic 6.0
Sales System is the one Im now working for and I have a difficulty in deleting a certain info.in a listbox..
can i have a sample code on how could i delete info in a four listoxes??
for example, list1 is for item code, list2 for item name, list3 for quantity and list4 for price..
upon simulation..if a click in list1, list2-4 will automatically highlighted also..so if i delete list1, list2-4 will also be deleted..

thank you for future answers..
thank you

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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