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I too need to do something like that.. how do I get this value and the index of it, so that I can add more children to it if it is equal to my value??
For example, I have a Vector with objects that have 3 values like Vector(0) = Obj1 where Obj1(0)=C1, Obj1(1)=F1, Obj1(2)=S1 Vector(1) = Obj2 where Obj2(0)=C1, Obj2(1)=F1, Obj2(2)=S2 Vector(2) = Obj3 where Obj3(0)=C2, Obj3(1)=F2, Obj3(2)=S2 Vector(3) = Obj4 where Obj4(0)=C1, Obj4(1)=F2, Obj4(2)=S1
now how will I construct a tree from this? I'm trying a lot to get this working.. but somehow the constructed tree doesn't exactly match my requirement. Can somebody please help me.. the output tree I need is : Root -C1 _|-F1 ____|-S1 ____|-S2 _|-F2 ____|-S1 -C2 _|-F2 ____|-S2
and so on.. [ October 22, 2004: Message edited by: KathySmith SmithL ]
Thanks for the code Craig.. but u have hardcoded the values.. so it is easy to directly add the values.. but when I have dynamically input values, how do I do the same ?? I don't even know the order in which I'll get the values.. like C1 may first come and then C2 may come in the vector that contains the objects and then again I might get a C1-F1-S2 value. [ October 23, 2004: Message edited by: KathySmith SmithL ]