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    Default How to maintain array list if its change dynamically.

    Hi,
    I have draw Image on frame with label image, and Assign a Id of all the image . draw position is 450-270 and 360{(450,360),(430,360), and so on....}. Now The id is=
    [10,11,12,13,14,,15,16,17,18,19]
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    It is a unik id related to my card image. now I want to drag one image that have id=10, suppose I have drop this image between [12-13], now what can I for this.
    After this list will be -----
    [11,12,10,13,14,,15,16,17,18,19]
    like this.

    Please help me I am very confused how will I do this.........
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    Default Re: How to maintain array list if its change dynamically.

    Quote Originally Posted by ganesh.gothi@gmail.com View Post
    please help ASAP.
    Nope.

    Haven't you been here long enough to learn good manners?

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    Default Re: How to maintain array list if its change dynamically.

    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    Nope.

    Haven't you been here long enough to learn good manners?

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