From: Philippe A. Bouchard (philippe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-28 07:08:23
Philippe A. Bouchard wrote:
> Because you have more control over individual listbox' entries. Take for
> example MS Excel. It is a spread sheet (list< list< entry<lineEdit,
> std::string> > >) with different popups on each entry, depending on its
> data type and other user-defined conditions.
In fact, it is more a multi_array<entry<...>, 2>...
> Even a listBox can be a list< list< entry<...> > > with hidden columns,
> What I would like to see is a listBox of lineEdits, labels, or even
> pushbuttons or labeled checkboxes, like the Advanced Options in MS
> Internet Explorer.
Or a tree-like container for file management, etc.
By the way, this should be defined in the Boost Library:
template <typename T>
You get the idea that you have more control of how you wish to represent you
container data & individual entries this way.
-- Philippe A. Bouchard
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