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VB 2005 ListView Selected Items Index

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In VB 2005 how do you find the selected index of the row selected
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Assuming you control's MultiSelect property is set to False,

the selected item is:
yourControl.SelectedIndices(0)

but first you have to check this:
If yourControl.SelectedIndices.Count > 0
to avoid an exception
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