Solution for Data grid with 2 or more colums solution in Plua

Hello again! I has partially solve my problem adapting a suggestion posted by Morten Agerlin Petersen on Plua official mail-list. But I not use "gui.field", I use multiple "gui.list", one for each data colum in the data passed to function.

See here the code developed (isn't a better code... but work)

-- tool to easy display multi colums data using Plua

function eventsHandler(e, id, arg)

 --print("e"..e.." id""arg"..arg)

 -- incredible bad code here !

 -- dont make this in your house please :)



function datagrid(data,lines,colums,height,widthColums)

 x = 0
 for j=1, colums do

  for i=1, lines do

   d[i] = data[i][j]


  x = x + (widthColums[j]*5) +1

  list = gui.list(height,widthColums[j],d)



-- testing ------------------------------------

mydata = {}
for a=1,30 do

 mydata[a] = {}
 mydata[a][1] = a;
 mydata[a][2] = "description "..a;

 mydata[a][3] = "value "..a;



gui.title("Data grid with >= 2 colums")

widthColums = {}

widthColums[1] = 5
widthColums[2] = 18

widthColums[3] = 8

-- data, lines,colums, height, width for each colum of matrix



This example create a 3 colums (of lists) in the screen, the position of each is adjusted to appear as if it were a single component.

Again it is not a best but I will work with what I have.

Thanks for all friends.
2009-05-31 13:07:00
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