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How can I insert an item under a selected node using CTreeCtrl class functions
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HTREEITEM parent = pTreeCtrl->GetSelectedItem();

if ( parent )
{
    pTreeCtrl->InsertItem( "New item", parent);
}
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Please proceed with that recommendation.
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