Determine the row and column of a view

This method will tell you where on the split window this view is located (row and column).
void CMySplitterView::GetRowCol(int &row, int & col) 
{
	CSplitterWnd * parent;
	parent = (CSplitterWnd*)GetParent();
	int rows;
	int cols;
	rows = parent->GetRowCount();
	cols = parent->GetColumnCount();
	for(row = 0; row < rows; row++)
	{
		for(col = 0; col < cols; col++)
		{
			if(this == parent->GetPane(row,col))
			{
				return;
			}
		}
	}
	ASSERT(TRUE == FALSE);
}



Comments

  • I want to get more code about splitter

    Posted by luxixi on 07/28/2009 07:22am

    Thanks a lot

    Reply
  • I think that my variant more simply..

    Posted by Legacy on 11/10/1998 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Igor Zaharchenko

    void CMySplitterView::GetRowCol(int &row, int & col) 
    
    {
    VERIFY (
    ((CSplitterWnd*)GetParent())->IsChildPane (this, row, col);
    );
    }

    Reply
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