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Hi,

In my project, I have placed a edit box and a ListCtrl in
a CFormView.
Now I want to implement like this:
While I am inputting a char into the editbox, one row of data
displayed in the ListView will be highlighted and  I can
continue to input char into the editbox.

How can I implement this?
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In the resource editor, check the option for ListCtrl : Show Selection Always. This is seen in the 'styles' tab.

With this, your row selection will always be highlighted. Ofcourse, when you are editing in the editbox, the list ctrl will lose focus and hence you will see your highlighted row as gray in color and not the focus color (default blue)
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