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Hi :
       Anybody knows how to create expandable and collapseable list? An example is the files listing in a folder. You click on this triangle and the contents inside this folder is shown.

Thanks for any advice!
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If you're using Metrowerks CodeWarrior and PowerPlant, the table classes will do exactly what you're looking for.  For more info, read the PowerPlant Advanced Topics book on the CodeWarrior Reference CD.

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