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= getCtlItemCount =

== Syntax ==

:int getCtlItemCount (int n)

== Arguments ==

:n

::The index of the control for which you want to obtain the item count.

== Return ==

:Returns 0 if not a valid control index. Returns the number of list items in a LISTBOX or COMBOBOX control. Returns the number of tabs in a (TAB)? control. Returns -1 for any other control.

== Description ==

:Usually you know the number of items or tabs in a control, but this function can be useful for helping you keep track of this information.

== Example ==

<code>

nItems = getCtlCount(nLB1); //get item count for list box LB1.

</code>

== Also see ==

:(getCtlItemTop)?, (setCtlItemTop)?, (getCtlItemText)?, (setCtlItemText)?, (deleteCtlItem)?, (deleteCtlItems)?, getCtlClass

== Comments ==

:Everyone can add his comments about his experiences with this function here. Tips for using it are welcome, too.