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Filtering a clistctrl

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Is there any built in capacity for filtering items in a clistctrl?  I don't want to start from scratch if I don't have to..
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by:Answers2000
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Ans. No

There is a FindItem, but that's next to useless

If you are getting the items from a DB, some Data-aware activeX controls have this facility
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by:appleby
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Ok, thank you.  Do you want to officially post as an answer for the points?
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by:The_Brain
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how do you want to filter it?
I could write a little filter for you if you want one.
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by:appleby
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I just want to be able to use * and ? as wildcards and treat any other characters as literal whatever they are.  Any item in the list whose text matches the filter stays. So what I need is the part that compares a string to a filter string and says yes or no.
(ex: if filter is sp*.??? then string spoil.exe would match but spoil.cc wouldn't)

If you want, go for it but I'm not really willing to up the points because I can do this myself no problem - just wasn't going to waste the code if there were a way to do the comparison easier.
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>> Ok, thank you.  Do you want to officially post as an answer for the points?
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