The LVM_REDRAWITEMS message forces a list view control to redraw a range of items. You can send this message explicitly or by using the ListView_RedrawItems macro.
LVM_REDRAWITEMS wParam = (int) iFirst; // index of first item to redraw lParam = (int) iLast; // index of last item to redraw
Returns TRUE if successful or FALSE otherwise.
The specified items are not actually redrawn until the list view window receives a WM_PAINT message to repaint. To repaint immediately, call the UpdateWindow function after using this macro.
ListView_RedrawItems, UpdateWindow, WM_PAINT
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