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removeItem

Removes an item from a combobox.

 

Signature:

function removeItem(value)

 

Example:

This example shows how we can manipulate combobox and radio group items depending on the 'sex' value. Place the code in the OnInsertFormEditorValueChanged and OnEditFormEditorValueChanged event handlers to change the 'Title' content depending of the selected 'Sex' value.

 

function fillRelatedTitles(sender, editors) 

{

  if (sender.getValue() == 'Male') {

      editors['title'].removeItem('Ms','Ms');

      editors['title'].removeItem('Mrs','Mrs');

      editors['title'].addItem('Mr','Mr');

  }

  else {

      editors['title'].removeItem('Mr');

      editors['title'].addItem('Ms','Ms');

      editors['title'].addItem('Mrs','Mrs');

  }

}

 

The screenshot demonstrates the result of the fired event.

 

 

See also: addItem, getItemCount, clear



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