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Manually Cascading through CEditView MDI Childs

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I am implementing a find and replace feature in a project (MDI) and I decided to give the option of searching through all open views.  How can I gain access to each view sequentially?
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This code will walk through all open views in a app:
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POSITION pos = AfxGetApp()->GetFirstDocTemplatePosition();
while(pos)
{
    CDocTemplate* pTemplate = AfxGetApp()->GetNextDocTemplate(pos);
    POSITION docpos = pTemplate->GetFirstDocPosition();
    while(docpos)
    {
        CDocument* pDoc = pTemplate->GetNextDoc(docpos);
        POSITION viewpos = pDoc->GetFirstViewPosition();
        while(viewpos)
        {
            CView* pView = pDoc->GetNextView(viewpos);

            //
            // Do your stuff
            //
        }
    }
}

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