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DoubleClick event on a Listview in c++

Posted on 2004-08-18
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Hi,

I'm kind of new in the C++ world and I have to do a software with a listview. I want to raise something when the user doubeclick on one item in the list.

Thats the code I have used to test the event:

private: System::Void lstView_DoubleClick(System::Object * sender, System::EventArgs * e)
             {
                  label1->Text=S"Works!";
             }

I have 2 items in the listview, and when I doubleclick on one of them, it doesn't raise the event and its not working.

What I have done wrong??
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Question by:e_poirier
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Is there a line that looks like this in InitializeComponents?

    this->listView1->DoubleClick += new System::EventHandler(this, listView1_DoubleClick);

I used this code:

    label1->Text = listView1->SelectedItems->Item[0]->Text;

in the handler method and it works fine.
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