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Visual C#® 2012: How to Program, Fifth Edition by Harvey Deitel, Paul Deitel

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15.6. ListBox Control

The ListBox control allows the user to view and select from multiple items in a list. List-Boxes are static GUI entities, which means that users cannot directly edit the list of items. The user can be provided with TextBoxes and Buttons with which to specify items to be added to the list, but the actual additions must be performed in code. The CheckedListBox control (Section 15.7) extends a ListBox by including CheckBoxes next to each item in the list. This allows users to place checks on multiple items at once, as is possible with CheckBox controls. (Users also can select multiple items from a ListBox by setting the ListBox’s SelectionMode property, which is discussed shortly.) Figure 15.15 displays a ListBox and a CheckedListBox ...

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