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Selecting and Focusing a ListViewItem?

I am trying to select and focus single ListViewItem and can't seem to do so,
here is my code:

IEnumerator * itemList = mLsvMyList->Items->GetEnumerator( );
while (itemList->MoveNext())
ListViewItem * currentItem =
static_cast<Lis tViewItem*>(ite mList->Current);
String * tagData = static_cast<Str ing*>(currentIt em->Tag);
if(verString->Equals(tagData ))
static_cast<Lis tViewItem*>(ite mList->Current)->Focused = true;
static_cast<Lis tViewItem*>(ite mList->Current)->Selected = true;

What I end up with is there are three items in the list the first one is
focused and the last item is selected. Anyone know what I am not doing

Nov 17 '05 #1
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