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Virtual ListBox derived from CListBox

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I want to create a Virtual Listbox Class derived from the CListBox Class. In this class I want to be able to browse a large database virtually. I don't want to use the vlist example from Microsoft. I would like to see if posible an example on how I should handle the scrolling as I add new items to the listbox and remove those that are no longer displayed.

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Try using the CListCtrl instead. This has added features of showing imagelists , horizontal scrolling , headers etc, which would require owner-draw programming for a Listbox. CListCtrl is an answer to your problems.

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I already now this. But I want to use the Listbox because I need to make it generic to be used in both VC++ 1.52 and VC++ 4.2.

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I would have liked to have seen some code but the answer is enough to give me a clear path to my solution.

Thank you,

Hector Vazquez

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I would have liked to have seen some code but the answer is enough to give me a clear path to my solution.

Thank you,

Hector Vazquez
Your most welcome Hector.I am unable to give you any code because I have not come across this problem myself. And as I had written earlier, it is a bit complex and would take a couple of days to come up with a reasonably good solution.

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