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List view with virtual mode, how do you find out what is selected?

Say I do the following in a virtual list box

ctrl click one row then ctrl click another row... ok the
VirtualItemsSel ectionRangeChan ged event fires with start index of 2 and end
index of 10...

now I control click 3 items of that list off...

how in the world do I know whats selected and how do I tell? better yet...
whats the best way to determin what is selected in a virtual mode list view?
Jul 11 '06 #1
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