Collapsing all branches

Have you ever had the experience that you have expanded the outline at various points causing a lot of items to be visible and then finding it difficult to locate a particular item. Well, it happens with me all the time. So heres the code that will collapse all the branches in the outline as if the treeview control has just been initialized with the data.
// CollapseAll  - Collapses the complete outline.
void CTreeCtrlX::CollapseAll()
        HTREEITEM hti = GetRootItem();
                CollapseBranch( hti );
        }while( (hti = GetNextSiblingItem( hti )) != NULL );
This uses the function we developed for collapsing a branch. It goes through all the root items and collapses them.


  • How to create a treeview and display it in list view ?

    Posted by pean on 05/23/2007 01:35am

    can you guid specific me how to create a treeview and display it in list view ?


    Posted by Legacy on 02/24/2004 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Ralf A.

    Why don't you use 


    instead of that recursive function?

  • Good tip~

    Posted by Legacy on 12/03/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: grinbee

    thanx man~
    for the good tip...

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