Let's say i have 50 checkboxes, I only need the text of the checked boxes. We can go through each of them one by one, just wonder whether there is a simpler way to do it. Thanks!
yes, that's the way to go
Try this ListView alternative ...
turns out Ctl-V 50 times is not that of a labor. Thanks anyway.
If that 50 is a firm number, study generic and component blocks, to avoid making your blocks look like a box of combs.
Do you need examples?
This is to set the checkboxes, which is not much of a concern for me cause I do it in designer, it's easier to do it there. I was trying to find a simplier waya to get a list of texts for those checked checkboxes
"This is to set the checkboxes" ...
Probably should use this Block to determine the Checked state in a similar way as Anke showed?
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Awesome, here we go, thanks. maybe at the beginning, just make a list using split txt of a strng will look better.
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