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Proper way to get item from CTreeCtrl

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Hello,
  I have added items to a tree control. i record their identities by giving each one a special lParam. given this, how can i use "GetItem" to return the hItem, so I can delete it?

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 jer
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You can't do that: the tree control simply doesn't work that way.  GetItem() gets an item based on the hItem; it doesn't find an item matching the attributes you want to specify.

If you wanted, I guess you could write some recursive code to get each item using GetNextItem() and examine the lParam of every item in the control. But that would be terrible: performance would be miserable.

Instead, I think you should record their identities by building a list or array of the hItems you get back.  What's the "special value" you're storing?

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yea, i fixed it. lot of work tho
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> lot of work tho

Work is what you get paid for.

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