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C# does Shell, Part 4

, 26 Mar 2003 Ms-PL
This article is about the AutoComplete features enabled by windows and how to use them with C#. AutoComplete is the ability to expand strings written in an edit box. The article will develop a class for using this functionality in you applications.
using System;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;

namespace ShellLib
{
	[ComImport]
	[InterfaceType(ComInterfaceType.InterfaceIsIUnknown)]
	[Guid("C0A651F5-B48B-11d2-B5ED-006097C686F6")]
	public interface IFolderFilterSite
	{
		// Exposed by a host to allow clients to pass the host their IUnknown interface pointers.
		[PreserveSig]
		Int32 SetFilter(
			[MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.Interface)]Object punk);		// A pointer to the client's IUnknown interface. To notify the host to terminate 
		// filtering and stop calling your IFolderFilter interface, set this parameter to NULL. 
	}
    
}

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Arik Poznanski
Software Developer (Senior) Verint
Israel Israel
Arik Poznanski is a senior software developer at Verint. He completed two B.Sc. degrees in Mathematics & Computer Science, summa cum laude, from the Technion in Israel.
 
Arik has extensive knowledge and experience in many Microsoft technologies, including .NET with C#, WPF, Silverlight, WinForms, Interop, COM/ATL programming, C++ Win32 programming and reverse engineering (assembly, IL).
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