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CListCtrl::finditem to find item in column >=2

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i've problem in using CListCtrl::finditem - i able to use this function to do item searching (or partial searching) in first column. but it is failed for 2nd column onwards. is there any other function to do that ??
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You'll have to write that yourself.  

The list control doesn't give you as much control for the other columns as it does for column one (although the later list controls are better than the earlier versions).

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Hi,

Yes, U have to write it by Urself and i think I had it. I will search for it....


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