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Automatic ListView Grouping

Lets say you have lots of data your listview. Now you want to Group This data According to a Particular Subitem.

For Example:

Suppose i have some books data in my ListView.
this listview items contains Author name and Books Title.

And there are 2000 Books in list view.

Now i want to group the data in listview according to the Authors.

Now lets say there are 50 Unique Authors , meaning we will have to create 50 Groups in listview.

this seem hectic, and i don’t know if there is any inbuilt function to automatically group this items, but i have created mine To automatically do the above.

Hope it becomes useful to someone.

public void GroupListView(ListView lstV, int SubItemIndex) {
 bool flag = true;

 foreach(ListViewItem l in lstV.Items) {
  string strmyGroupname = l.SubItems[SubItemIndex].Text;

  foreach(ListViewGroup lvg in lstV.Groups) {
   if (lvg.Name == strmyGroupname) {
    l.Group = lvg;
    flag = false;
   }
  }

  if (flag == true) {
   ListViewGroup lstGrp = new ListViewGroup(strmyGroupname, strmyGroupname);
   lstV.Groups.Add(lstGrp);
   l.Group = lstGrp;
  }

  flag = true;
 }
}

How To Use The Code:
Lets say the author’s sub item’s index is 1 and listview name is LstBooks then call the function like:

GroupListView(LstBooks,1);

Vb.net Version:

Public Sub GroupListView(ByVal lstV As ListView, ByVal SubItemIndex As Int16)
Dim flag As Boolean = True
For Each l As ListViewItem In lstV.Items

Dim strmyGroupname As String = l.SubItems(SubItemIndex).Text

For Each lvg As ListViewGroup In lstV.Groups

If lvg.Name = strmyGroupname Then
l.Group = lvg
flag = False
End If

Next

If flag = True Then
Dim lstGrp As New ListViewGroup(strmyGroupname, strmyGroupname)
lstV.Groups.Add(lstGrp)
l.Group = lstGrp
End If

flag = True

Next
End Sub

Output:

listgroup