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Questionint returned as binary no. from CListCtrl::InsertItem Pin
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Richard MacCutchan25-Oct-09 9:46
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Manmohan29 wrote:
In my MFC program the int 10 (ten) is treated as binary 10 (one & zero) i.e. == 2.


This is definitely not true.

I think the problem may be that your ListCtrl is automatically sorting the entries as you add them. So you add "192.168.0.0", "192.168.0.1" etc. Then when you insert "192.168.0.10" it will be inserted in position 2 between "192.168.0.1" and "192.168.0.2". It may be better to ensure that you format the numbers with 3 digits in every case, or turn off the auto sort feature of the ListCtrl.
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