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|Apr 12th, 2012, 9:01 PM||#1|
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Listview item to existing array
I have a listview with two columns and roughly ten items filled entirely with some random strings.
Now I want to select one of the rows and copy only the strings from that row into a one dimensional array - with a size of two.
That will completely fill the array with copied data that I can use elsewhere.
But I'm not very sure how to do that.
Can you beautiful people give me some clues?
Your help is always greatly appreciated.
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