The LVM_GETCOLUMN message retrieves the attributes of a list view controlís column. You can send this message explicitly or by using the ListView_GetColumn macro.
LVM_GETCOLUMN wParam = (WPARAM) (int) iCol; lParam = (LPARAM) (LV_COLUMN FAR *) pcol;
If the mask member specifies the LVCF_TEXT value, the pszText member must contain the pointer to the buffer that receives the item text and the cchTextMax member must specify the size of the buffer.
Returns TRUE if successful or FALSE otherwise.
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