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capturing the index of selected row of  listview

Posted on 2010-11-18
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I need the code for capturing the slected row index of a listview for vb.net
I am using VS2003
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private void ListView1_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
     if (ListView1.SelectedIndices.Count <= 0)
     {
            return;
     }
     int intselectedindex = ListView1.SelectedIndices[0];
     if (intselectedindex >= 0)
    { 
       MessageBox.Show(ListView1.Items[intselectedindex].Text);
    }
}

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by:vbstudent9
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is it for vb.net
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hosneylk earned 1000 total points
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oh yeah.. sorry. just use this
ListView1.SelectedIndices(0)

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