Adds the specified filename to a list box that contains a directory listing.
This parameter is not used.
A pointer to a buffer that specifies the name of the file to add.
The return value is the zero-based index of the file that was added, or LB_ERR if an error occurs.
The list box to which lParam is added must have been filled by the DlgDirList function.
The LB_INITSTORAGE message helps speed up the initialization of list boxes that have a large number of items (more than 100). It reserves the specified amount of memory so that subsequent LB_ADDFILE messages take the shortest possible time. You can use estimates for the wParam and lParam parameters. If you overestimate, the extra memory is allocated; if you underestimate, the normal allocation is used for items that exceed the requested amount.
For an ANSI application, the system converts the text in a list box to Unicode using CP_ACP. This can cause problems. For example, accented Roman characters in a non-Unicode list box in Japanese Windows will come out garbled. To fix this, either compile the application as Unicode or use an owner-drawn list box.
|Minimum supported client
||Windows Vista [desktop apps only]
|Minimum supported server
||Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]