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The LV_FINDINFO structure contains information used to search for a list view item.

typedef struct _LV_FINDINFO { 

    UINT flags; 

    LPCTSTR psz; 

    LPARAM lParam; 

    POINT pt; 

    UINT vkDirection; 

} LV_FINDINFO; 

 

Members

flags
Type of search to perform. This member can be one or more of the following values:

Value

Meaning

LVFI_PARAM

Searches based on the lParam member. The lParam member of the matching itemís LV_ITEM structure must match the lParam member of this structure.

If this value is specified, all other values are ignored.

LVFI_PARTIAL

Matches if the item text begins with the string pointed to by the psz member. This value implies use of LVFI_STRING.

LVFI_STRING

Searches based on the item text. Unless additional values are specified, the item text of the matching item must exactly match the string pointed to by the psz member.

LVFI_WRAP

Continues the search at the beginning if no match is found.

LVFI_NEARESTXY

Finds the item nearest the specified position in the specified direction.

psz
Pointer to a null-terminated string to compare with the item text if flags specifies LVFI_STRING or LVFI_PARTIAL.
lParam
Value to compare with the lParam member of a list view itemís LV_ITEM structure if the flags member specifies LVFI_PARAM.
pt
POINT structure that specifies the starting position to search from. This member is used only if LVFI_NEARESTXY is specified.
vkDirection
Direction to search in. This member is used only if LVFI_NEARESTXY is specified. If this member used, it specifies the virtual-key code of an arrow key.

Remarks

The LV_FINDINFO structure is used with the LVM_FINDITEM message.

See Also

LV_ITEM, LVM_FINDITEM, POINT 

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