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MFC ComboBox - getCurSel value changesbetween methods!

Posted on 2007-03-24
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Hello,
I have the following combobox & MFC related  prob/qs!:

I have a combobox control with 3 values. the combobox control is called cmbSearch. THe code I have to add strings to the comboBox is :

cmbSearch.AddString("Load Number");
            cmbSearch.AddString("Tractor Number");
            cmbSearch.AddString("Terminal Number");

But in the comboBox it shows u pwith Terminal number as the second string. How do I correct this?

Thanks in advance,
-Dee
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by:indacrypt
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Also in the same program , I have an edit control with which Ihave associated an integer variable (tEdit_select). But no matter what value i enter when I run the code, its always 0 when I look at whats going on in debug mode....any ideas on how to fix that as well?
Thanks!
-D
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bastibartel earned 250 total points
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Hello Dee,

The listbox sorts the strings by default. Go to the resource editor and open the listbox properties (rclick).
On the 2nd tab (I believe) there is a checkbox to enable/disable sorting of string items.

On the second question:
Do you ever call UpdateData(TRUE) after entering anything into the edit box ?

Cheers,
Sebastian
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by:indacrypt
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Yep! that works. Thanks:)
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