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I have a List Ctrl in report mode. I want to find out the index of the selected entry. How?
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Question by:rupak_khurana
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try this:


POSITION pos = m_ListCtrl.GetFirstSelectedItemPosition();
int nItem = m_ListCtrl.GetNextSelectedItem(pos);
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by:Zoppo
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Hi rupak_khurana,

Generally you get list control's selected entries with i.e.:

// assuming m_List is your list control object
....
int nItem;
for ( POSITION pos = m_List.GetFirstSelectedItemPosition(); pos != NULL; )
{
 nItem = m_List.GetNextSelectedItem(pos);
 // do something with the item at index nItem
}
....

if you're sure there's only one selected item you can do
....
int nItem;
POSITION pos = m_List.GetFirstSelectedItemPosition();
if ( pos == NULL )
{
 // no item selected
 return;
}
nItem = m_List.GetNextSelectedItem(pos);
// do something with the item at index nItem
....

hope that helps,

ZOPPO
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by:Zoppo
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Hmmm, too late           :(

but you should check the return value from GetFirstSelectedItem() ...
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