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The ALXGrid Control Library.

, 10 Nov 2002
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The ALXGrid Control Library is a set of classes for management of data as a table.

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The ALXGrid Control Library is a set of classes for management of data as a table. It is realized as static library on the basis of library MFC. The library includes classes: CALXGridView, CXGridView - for support of technology document - performance, and CALXGridCtrl, CXGridCtrl - for use in dialog boxes. And also classes - controls of cells.

In this version built-in sources of data are not supported, you should take care of filling the table with contents.


The complete set of delivery also includes samples showing applications of ALXGrid library:

  • GridRange- the most simple example, showing how to connect library to your application, and also displays plenty of rows and columns;
  • GridControls - sample of job with control of cells;
  • GridImage - demonstrates how to display images in cells;
  • PrintGrid - sample of a conclusion to a seal of contents of grid;
  • GridDlg, GridDlgApp - shows how to use a grid in dialog boxes and in applications on the basis of dialog boxes;
  • GridApp - the basic opportunities of a grid are shown: styles, addition, removal and insertion of rows;
  • SplitGrid - support of dynamic splitters is demonstrated;
  • Grid&Sort - sorting of rows and columns;
  • Grid&Select - selection of cells;
  • GridValidate - validation of entered values;
  • GridMultiLine - multiline cells.


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GeneralRe: Thanks for library Pin
Ken Keray22-Nov-02 11:45
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GeneralRe: Thanks for library Pin
Alexey24-Nov-02 20:39
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GeneralThat's great! Pin
Vladimir L.12-Nov-02 23:50
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Generalwhy CPP, why rassia Pin
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GeneralRe: why CPP, why rassia Pin
Alexey11-Nov-02 2:52
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GeneralGreat work... Pin
Paul Selormey10-Nov-02 14:33
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GeneralRe: Great work... Pin
Colin Davies10-Nov-02 17:07
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GeneralRe: Great work... Pin
Paul Selormey10-Nov-02 18:02
memberPaul Selormey10-Nov-02 18:02 
No secret there!
You need to set three directories, the "include" for the header files (C/C++ Tab), the "Lib" for the compiled library (Link Tab), and the "include" for the resource file (Resource Tab).

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GeneralRe: Great work... Pin
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