Long time no post! I hope everyone's well!
I'd appreciate some input here on this one...
I still, even after reading the MSDN documentation on the Listbox and ListControls, have no clue what exactly these properties are for.
I'm assuming the SelectedValue property, when accessed, returns the "value" of the item in the list that is selected, like the listbox might show employee names, but the real "value" of the items is the employee number or something; I think I get that, but ValueMember?
I thought that the ValueMember was used if you bound data to the listbox, the ValueMember was the column (or whatever) that the SelectedValue got it's value from, but that doesn't seem to be true, considering in a databound listbox, you can select a column name for the SelectedValue property and it works, even if you leave the ValueMember set to "None"
Could someone explain what these two properties really are, in simplistic terms, but not too simplistic, the MSDN site achieves that already.