agree with marc, this is the best java forum, however there is no responsibility of everyone here MUST respond to your thread, and remember you didn't pay single cents to javaranch, people helping each other , this is not 7-11 shop, serving you in 24hours , when people reply you late then you get angry on it , i think you better change your attitude, and apology to javaranch's moderator ..just my concern
Originally posted by Nicholas Cheung:
I have similar experiences that we allow the user to add something to the *list*. However, we use the hash table approach to solve it. The key is the position of the item, and the value is the item itself.
In the Form, we have:
and some special methods:
For adding an item, we just simply store the list in section, without really touching the items in the form. For deleting an item, we then obtain which item has been chosen from the form, and then remove it from the Hashtable.
[ November 09, 2004: Message edited by: Nicholas Cheung ]
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