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Adding checkboxes to a Clistctrl

Posted on 2004-04-11
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Hi Experts,

In my application I want each row in the first column of my listctrl to contain a single checkbox.  I've trawled the net and looked at a couple of articles on codeproject but can't seem to get the checkboxes to appear.  I would prefer to avoid custom painting the clistctrl but can do if thats the only solution.  

Any help would be much appreciated

Thanks in advance

Stuart
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You'll need to set the extended style LVS_EX_CHECKBOXES to have checkboxes.. then, you can use GetCheck() and SetCheck() to get the check state of an item..
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Here is the code :

m_wndList1.GetListCtrl().SetExtendedStyle( m_wndList1.GetListCtrl().GetExtendedStyle() | LVS_EX_CHECKBOXES );
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