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RichTextBox caret position

Posted on 2004-08-28
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hi

how do i find out what the current position of the caret is in a rich text box? i didn't see any methods. do i have to keep track of how many characters have been entered. seems like a pain in the butt.

thanks p
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You can use

int n = RichTextBox.SelectionStart

If no text is selected it will return the location within the entire text. It won't return an X,Y type position. If text is selected then it will return the position of the first selected character.

Hope this helps.

Good luck
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