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A Custom Drawn List Control in C++

In this article Vitali takes the standard C++ list control and modifies it to extend its functionality. The result is a useful, flexible list control.

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By: Vitali Halershtein
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September 13, 2003
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Usage of a list control is a very common task for any application presenting data in a tabular format. Iíve used the list control a lot of times in my projects and I finally decided to create my own list control in C++ containing quite an array of advanced features. In this article I will explain how I did it.
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