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Posted 13 Mar 2003

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;

namespace ShellLib

	public class ShellAddRecent
		public enum ShellAddRecentDocs
			SHARD_PIDL			= 0x00000001,	// The pv parameter points to a null-terminated string with the path 
												// and file name of the object.
			SHARD_PATHA			= 0x00000002,	// The pv parameter points to a pointer to an item identifier list 
												// (PIDL) that identifies the document's file object. PIDLs that 
												// identify nonfile objects are not allowed.
			SHARD_PATHW			= 0x00000003	// same as SHARD_PATHA but unicode string

		public static void AddToList(String path)

		public static void ClearList()


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About the Author

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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