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List and Textfield on same form?

 
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I'm a J2ME newbie looking for advice. I'm trying to create a form on a MIDP 1.0 phone that requires a textfield and a list. The user will type some text into the textfield and then click a command button. The value is stored in RMS and added to a list on the screen below the textfield. Later the user will come back to this screen and the stored list will be displayed. Then each time the user types in one of the values off the list, the item is removed from RMS and removed from the list on the screen. Think of it as adding and removing items from an inventory. I could just append text to the screen, but removing them later is beyond me. Thanks in advance. Todd
 
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The only way I know is to use another GUI toolkit, because in MIDP 1.0 you cannot put a List on a Form. You can try the Nextel Open Windowing Toolkit. Have in mind that the toolkit will add significantly to your code size.

You could also simulate a list using StringItem components, but I haven't tried this myself and I am not sure whether it will really work.

Some Motorola phones come with an additional GUI library, LWT, which is very similar to Nextel's OWT.

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