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get list of menuStrip in list view

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i want to give user permission of menuStrip items

so i want list of menuStrip items in list view

in c#
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Utkarsh Kulkarni earned 500 total points
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Hi,

You can use following

List<ToolStripMenuItem> _lstItems = new List<ToolStripMenuItem>();
foreach (ToolStripMenuItem _tsmItem in menuStrip.Items)
{
    _lstItems.Add(_tsmItem);
    //add sub items
    _lstItems.AddRange(GetTSMItems(_tsmItem));
}  
private IEnumerable<ToolStripMenuItem> GetTSMItems(ToolStripMenuItem _tsmBaseItem)
{
    foreach (ToolStripMenuItem _tsmItem in _tsmBaseItem.DropDownItems)
    {
        if (_tsmItem.HasDropDownItems)
        {
            foreach (ToolStripMenuItem _tsmSubItem in GetItems(_tsmItem))
                yield return _tsmSubItem;
        }
        yield return _tsmItem;
    }
}

Ref - http://stackoverflow.com/
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