The ListView_SetItem macro sets some or all of a list view itemís
attributes. You can also use ListView_SetItem to set the text of a
subitem. You can use this macro or explicitly send the
const LV_ITEM FAR *pitem
Handle to the list view control.
Pointer to an LV_ITEM structure that
contains the new item attributes. The iItem and iSubItem members
identify the item or subitem, and the mask member specifies which
attributes to set.
If the mask member specifies the LVIF_TEXT value, the pszText
member is the pointer to a null-terminated string and the cchTextMax
member is ignored.
If the mask member specifies the LVIF_STATE value, the stateMask
member specifies which item states to change and the state member
contains the values for those states.
Returns TRUE if successful or FALSE otherwise.
To set the attributes of a list-view item, set the iItem member of the LV_ITEM
structure to the index of the item; set the iSubItem member to zero.
For an item, you can set the state, pszText, iImage, and lParam
members of the LV_ITEM structure.
To set the text of a subitem, set the iItem and iSubItem members
to indicate the specific subitem, and use the pszText member to specify
the text. Alternatively, you can use the ListView_SetItemText macro to
set the text of a subitem. You cannot set the state, iImage, or lParam
members for subitems, because subitems do not have these attributes.
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