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Getting all data from all items in a VB6 listbox into a string variable

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I'm using VB6. How do I get the data from all items in a listbox, whether they are selected or not? I have multi-select set to Extended and I have columns set at 0. This listbox is not bound to anything. I populate it with code using the AddItem method.

For i = 0 to Me.lstStartup.ListCount
     strStartup = strStartup & Me.lstStartup.ListIndex(i)
Next i

The above code doesn't seem to work.
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For i = 0 to Me.lstStartup.ListCount - 1
     strStartup = strStartup & Me.lstStartup.List(i)
Next i
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