Re: Retrieving a long array from an IDispatch pointer
Alternatively, since this is a collection after all, you can Invoke
using DISPID_NEWENUM, QI the returned IUnknown pointer
for IEnumVARIANT and use that for enumeration.
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"Dave Moran" <email@example.com> wrote in message
You're right, it's more like a VB collection. I'll stick to invoking the
count and item properties/methods, as you suggest.
Thanks for you help
"Igor Tandetnik" wrote:
Dave Moran <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks for the reply. The documentation says:
The SelectedList property is a return collection that contains Long
values. These values are the list of map objects selected with the
The VB example provided has these lines of code:
For i = 1 To pickQuick.SelectedList.Count
str = str & " " & pickQuick.SelectedList.Item(i)
I'm therefore presuming that it's a VB array.
On what basis? The syntax looks noting like accessing a VB array.
What you get is an automation object implementing Count and Item
How do I get to this safearray or do I have
to invoke the count and item properties/methods?
Yes, you have to invoke properties.
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