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Using ChoiceGroup.Implicit In Form (not midlet) of an applicaition

rajeshyadav mobi
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Joined: Apr 18, 2011
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Hi This IS Rajesh
This Is My Code

When I Use This Code I am Getting
Please Help Me out As Soon as Possible.
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Darryl Burke
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Have you read the API for the ChoiceGroup constructor used?
The type must be one of EXCLUSIVE, MULTIPLE, or POPUP. The IMPLICIT choice type is not allowed within a ChoiceGroup.


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rajeshyadav mobi
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Joined: Apr 18, 2011
Posts: 25
Thanks for Reply
I cannot Use List in Form , Which Has the option LIST.IMPLICIT
Then How Can I Select the particular text from all the text which are displayed on the screen.
Is their any other alternative to select the text
please help me out.
waiting for reply .
Darryl Burke
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Please UseOneThreadPerQuestion. The other thread you started with the same question has been removed.

Also, KeepItDown.
 
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