LB_INSERTSTRING

Windows CE .NET

This message is sent by an application to insert a string into a list box. Unlike the LB_ADDSTRING message, the LB_INSERTSTRING message does not cause a list with the LBS_SORT style to be sorted.

LB_INSERTSTRING wParam = (WPARAM) index;
  lParam = (LPARAM)(LPCTSTR) lpsz;

Parameters

index
Zero-based index of the position at which to insert the string. If this parameter is –1, the string is added to the end of the list.
lpsz
Long pointer to the null-terminated string to be inserted.

If you create the list box with an owner-drawn style but without the LBS_HASSTRINGS style, the value of the lpsz parameter is stored as item data instead of the string it would otherwise point to. You can send the LB_GETITEMDATA and LB_SETITEMDATA messages to retrieve or modify the item data.

Return Values

The index of the position at which the string was inserted indicates success. LB_ERR indicates that an error has occurred. LB_ERRSPACE indicates that there is insufficient space to store the new string.

Requirements

OS Versions: Windows CE 1.0 and later.
Header: Winuser.h.

See Also

LB_ADDSTRING | LB_GETITEMDATA | LB_SELECTSTRING | LB_SETITEMDATA | List Box Messages


Last updated on Wednesday, April 13, 2005

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