How to automatically fill a listbox with for loop ?

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%% I have this example of code
for i = 1:1:10
T = randi([0 10],1,1); % random number between 0 and 10
R = num2str(T);
listbox1.add(i,R); %%this line is adding only one number to the list
%%I want to add all these numbers in the JList
end
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Joel Sande
Joel Sande on 30 Jul 2015
The first step is working now. I have a textfield in the Figure. I want to write the selected number in that textfield.
See attached File to understand.
Joel Sande
Joel Sande on 30 Jul 2015
In this last version, the selected item index is reported on the textfield. I want the item string, not its index.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 31 Jul 2015
Try this:
numItems = 10;
for k = 1 : numItems
T = randi([0 10],1,1); % random number between 0 and 10
oneCell = {sprintf('%d', T)};
listboxItems(k) = oneCell;
end
% Optionally, print cell array to command window so we can see it.
celldisp(listboxItems)
% Send this cell array to the listbox
set(handles.listbox1, 'String', listboxItems);
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Joel Sande
Joel Sande on 31 Jul 2015
Thanks Image Analyst, It is working very well now.
When I select it and press a button, the selected number is sent to the textfield.
Thank a lot.
Now I can complete the code with real data.

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