Ryan Walkowski

Glasgow, United Kingdom

facebook.com/ryan.walkowski

Age: 31

Here to help :)

Apr
19
answered Is it legit to turn a dedicated combi bolier supply into a ring circuit with outdoor socket?
Apr
18
awarded Popular Question
Mar
10
awarded Yearling
Mar
10
awarded Yearling
Mar
2
accepted Populating ListBox with a List(T) Class. Not using datasource
Mar
2
comment Populating ListBox with a List(T) Class. Not using datasource
I was waiting for the answer timer to run out. :)
Mar
2
comment Populating ListBox with a List(T) Class. Not using datasource
This worked great thanks!
Mar
2
comment Populating ListBox with a List(T) Class. Not using datasource
@Pikoh i actually had the DisplayMember but i assumed its use was tied to the datasource. Thanks that helped
Mar
2
asked Populating ListBox with a List(T) Class. Not using datasource
Mar
1
comment ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
Thanks for your input. This helps a lot i am kinda frustrated i couldn't figure this out on my own. Been reading a lot of articles on this.
Mar
1
accepted ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
Mar
1
comment ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
@Sakura Thank you for your time however Vivek has solved my issue below. I appreciate the effort though. Sorry i wasn't able to articulate my problem better i'm sill a newb! :)
Mar
1
comment ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
ideally both. I will have use for both at somepoint
Mar
1
comment ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
@Sakura I'm sorry if its not clear. i honestly didnt know how to make it any more clearer which is my inexperience. However it would seem i missed something very simple that Vivek below noticed. I try not to ask to many questions and do like to work it out for myself but sometimes i am just stumped
Mar
1
comment ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
SelectedItem does not have an argument .Value However i suspect you meant string curItem = listBox1.SelectedValue.ToString(); which does work. I dont know why i never saw that :)
Mar
1
comment ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
@Plutonix I was trying to get the text of the selected item so i can evaluate it
Mar
1
asked ListBox SelectedItem issue. Showing Overidden ToString instead
Feb
27
revised Joining multiple List<string[]> into a new list
Clarification
Feb
27
comment Joining multiple List<string[]> into a new list
Thanks for your input!
Feb
27
comment Joining multiple List<string[]> into a new list
Thanks for your input!
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