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Get Child Level in CTreeCtrl

Posted on 2000-05-08
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during drag and drop operations parent items should stay parent items, child items should stay child items, grandchildren should stay grandchildren, etc, etc. For that i want get the indentLevel of the item like

      int nDragIndent = GetIndentLevel(m_hDragItem);
      int nDropIndent = GetIndentLevel(m_hDropItem);

       if (nDragIndent == nDropIndent)
      {
            // add after the drop item, as child of drop item's parent
             htiPosition = m_hDropItem;
             m_hDropItem = GetParentItem(m_hDropItem);
      }

But i don't know how to get Indent Level.It's urgent. Please do help.Thanks in advance

- yesnathan


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Zoppo earned 200 total points
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Hi yesnathan,

Just step through the parent items somehow like this:

int GetIndentLevel( HTREEITEM hItem )
{
 int level = 0;
 while ( NULL != ( hItem = GetParentItem() ) )
  level++;
 return level;
}

hope that helps,

ZOPPO
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by:Zoppo
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sorry, a typo ... should be:

while ( NULL != ( hItem = GetParentItem( hItem ) ) )
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by:yesnathan22
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Hello brother Zoppo,
     i do the same thing it's work well.Thank you very much for your help.I am beginer in VC++.Some times i may need your help.so i want keep in touch with you.Can you please give me your email id.my id yesnathan22@usa.net my messanger id is yesnathan_2000(in yahoo messanger) i am looking forward from you.Bye.

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