String txt = (String) child.getProperty(".text");
StringTokenizer st = new StringTokenizer(txt, " ");
//the order of items inside st correspond
to the index on the listbox [ 08-27-2003, 04:32 PM: Message edited by: mocha0 ]
I need to read the text value at a *particular index in the listBox. How can i do that?
I know that we could *click on a particular index in the following way:
Any suggestions on how to read at an index?
And what if list box contains items with spaces?
We use somethig like
Vector elements = ((ITestDataList)guiSubitemTestObject.getTestData(" list")).getElements().getElements();
you can browse vector 'elements' as you like.
Have someone better idea?
how do I browse vector elements? when I loop through the vectors getting
I get something like this back:
Try converting the object type to the actual type.(eg:-toString())
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