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Clearing combobox. Easy.

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How can I..

-Get the number of elements of a combobox?
-Clear the combobox?. (Delete all the elements at a time)

...with code (without using the ressource editor)

What methods do I have to do?

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:caiman23
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Hi, caiman23.

Use the following methods:
int CComboBox::GetCount()- returns the number of items
void CComboBox::ResetContent()- removes all items from the combobox
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