Thanks for your reply.
I am sorry, I did not mean initialise. I meant declaring CListView as type
I derived my view class CDataBaseView from CListView. So when I need list
control in ay of the member function of the class I use
CListCtrl& lst = GetListCtrl();
so lst is of CListView type. Now If I want it to behave like CCheckListBox
as m_listCtrl in the example, how can I declare it of that type?
"Charles Wang[MSFT]" wrote:
What is your real meaning of initialising your CListView using
To let us better understand your question, could you please describe your
requirement more detailed?
If you would like to know how to initialize a CListView control, the 2nd
link from Tom's suggestion include the following code for the
// Initialize columns
m_listCtrl.InsertColumn(0, _T("No."), LVCFMT_LEFT, 80);
m_listCtrl.InsertColumn(1, _T("Progress"), LVCFMT_LEFT, 150);
m_listCtrl.InsertColumn(2, _T("Description"), LVCFMT_LEFT, rect.Width() -
//Initialize items (rows)
for(int i = 0; i < 5; i++)
cs.Format(_T("It's the %d item"), i+1);
m_listCtrl.SetItemText(i, 2, cs);
m_listCtrl.SetExtendedStyle( m_listCtrl.GetExtendedStyle() |
If you want to have one item checked during the initialization, you can
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