Assembly: System.Windows.Forms (in System.Windows.Forms.dll)
You can create an event handler for this event to determine when the selected index in the ListBox has been changed. This can be useful when you need to display information in other controls based on the current selection in the ListBox. You can use the event handler for this event to load the information in the other controls.
If the SelectionMode property is set to SelectionMode.MultiSimple or SelectionMode.MultiExtended, any change to the SelectedIndices collection, including removing an item from the selection, will raise this event.
For more information about handling events, see Handling and Raising Events.
The following code example demonstrates how to use the ListBox control. The example uses the event to determine when the selected item in the ListBox is changed. The example code then reads the text of the item using the SelectedItem property and calls the FindString method on a different ListBox using the text returned by SelectedItem in the first ListBox. If an item is found in the other ListBox, the item is selected. This example requires that two ListBox controls, named listBox1 and listBox2, have been added to a form and that both ListBox controls contain items that are identical. The example also requires that the event-handling method defined in the example is connected to the event of listBox1.event to search for and select an item in a different
Available since 1.1