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I have a code like this..

class ABC
{
   public string Name, Phone; 
 
   public static IEnumerable<ABC> GetList()
   {
      List<ABC> foo = new List<ABC>();
 
      //Some COde here
      return foo; 
   }
}
 
Class A
{
   private void GetList()
   {
      IEnumerable<ABC> abc = ABC.GetList();
      foreach (ABC newitem in abc)
      {
         ListViewItem li = new ListViewItem();
         li.Text = newitem.Name;
         li.Tag = newitem; //<<<<<<<<<<<<< Is this Possible ??? 
         ListView1.Items.Add(li);
      }
   }
}


I want to know If I can assign an object to the Tag Property of ListViewItem ??
How come it be accessible outside since the object resides inside a function ??
Will it cause any problems in future ?? Memory and so.... Frown | :( Please Helpp :(
Posted 2-Jul-13 23:17pm
Updated 2-Jul-13 23:18pm
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Solution 1

Yes, you can.

This is one of the major uses of the Tag property.
See MSDN's system.windows.forms.listviewitem.tag(v=vs.110).aspx[^] article, they also a usage example there.

Good luck,
Edo
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Solution 2

Assigning Object to Tag property of ListView[^] Same question, same author...
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