because it works like this,
and thus accuse error?
and how does the original list and reverse lists look like?
are you familiar with Do it?
use Do it to debug your blocks, see also tip 4 here App Inventor: How to Learn | Pura Vida Apps
see also Live Development, Testing, and Debugging Tools
So @Taifun, it’s exactly as stated above. A TinyDb list that I am trying to use for Reverse View within a ListView. I’m trying to get the last item for the first one. This list contains:
5 elements in each item. (code, Name, date and time of access and telephone).
“[[”",“Client not registered”,“19\/07\/2020 17:02”,""],[2,“fazerbem”,“19\/07\/2020 18:52”,“Fonexxxxxxx”]]"
That list above is on my FireBase. So I save this list inside a TinyDB and then it is launched in a ListView. If I don’t use your Reverso block, everything works correctly, but if I use Reverso, then I get it wrong.
I solved it with the native Kodular block, so I leave here the observation that this block has real problems.
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