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Old April 2nd, 2008, 09:01 PM
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Default comobox contain multi value

hi,

i have two comobox one for hour and second for min

//hour
contain value frm 0,1 ,2, 3,...22,23

min
contain value frm 1,2,3....58,59,60


instead of using two comobox i using a single como which
contain val like that

1:0
1:1
1:2
..
..
..
23:0
23:1
23:2

someone give me idea how i perform this task .
thanks

 
Old April 2nd, 2008, 09:25 PM
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I'm not entirely sure I understand what you are asking. Are you looking to create a single combo box with all times from 0:00 thru 23:59 (that's 1440 items)?

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yes i want to make a clock in comobox

 
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Probably easiest to create a nested loop that creates new items for the combo box. Outer loop will be 0-23 and inner loop will be 0-59.

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Hi Capri,

Are you sure you want to do this? Thats a heck of a big ComboBox, would it not be better to have something like half-hour blocks in there?

If you really do, then Peter is right, create two loops. Just the idea seems kinda anti-user! :)

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What's wrong with 2 drop down lists, one for hour, one for minutes? I've never seen a birthday selector that lists every single day of every month of every year in a single drop down. They are always in 3.

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You can even just lump the two together as a UserControl and totally encapsulate all the functionality, so as far as you are concerned, it IS one control? ;)

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