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    win32 API corresponding to GetSubItemRect

    Please tell me Win32 API corresponding to CListCtrl::GetSubItemRect()

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    Re: win32 API corresponding to GetSubItemRect

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    Re: win32 API corresponding to GetSubItemRect

    Just an aside note:
    MFC is a C++ library built over Windows API. Moreover it has available sources.
    So, each time you have this kind of problems, you can quickly do the following:

    1. Using the wizard, make a simple MFC test application, let's say a dialog-based one;
    2. write some code containing the MFC method to "research", e.g.
      Code:
         m_list.GetSubItemRect(nItem, nSubItem, LVIR_LABEL, rcSubItem);
    3. put a breakpoint in that line, then start debugging (F5);
    4. when the breakpoint is reached, just step into (F11) and see what's inside MFC.
    5. that's all; eventually you can keep that aplication for further tests and repeat steps 1 to 4.
    Last edited by ovidiucucu; August 24th, 2013 at 05:55 AM.
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