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Default Help on ListBox imports text

Just start reading VB in 2 days...
and try a creat a listbox so it will populate a list of items stored in a plain text file when form loads. Please help!

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First of all in your vb project you need to go to tools/refrences and select the microsoft scripting runtime. This will allow you to open the file and read a line at a time.

Something like:

Dim f As Scripting.FileSystemObject
Dim x As TextStream

Set f = New FileSystemObject
x = f.OpenTextFile(myfilename, ForReading, , TristateFalse)
Do While Not x.AtEndOfStream
    myStr = x.ReadLine
    ListBox.AddItem myStr
Loop
x.close
set f = nothing

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Hi,

You can also read a text file into a listbox using native VB -- without any references. For instance, assume :"C:\Temp.txt" is the
file containing the info and lstData is the listbox you wish to fill:

' ************************************************** *********
intChan = FreeFile
Open "C:\Temp.txt" For Input As intChan
Do While Not EOF(intChan)
  Line Input #intChan, InTxt 'InTxt holds each line of data
  lstData.AddItem InTxt
Loop
Close intReadChan
' ************************************************** *********

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