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Posted 10 May 2004

Progress Cell for Grid Control.

A new cell progress-bar-like type for Chris Maunder's Grid Control.
// GridCellProgress.h: interface for the CGridCellProgress class.
// Written by Iain Clarke  ( /

#pragma once

#include "GridCell.h"

class CGridCellProgress : public CGridCell  

	CGridCellProgress ();

    virtual BOOL Edit(int nRow, int nCol, CRect rect, CPoint point, UINT nID, UINT nChar)
		return FALSE; // We don't want to edit this! It's for information after all...

    virtual BOOL Draw(CDC* pDC, int nRow, int nCol, CRect rect, BOOL bEraseBkgnd = TRUE);

	virtual	BOOL	EnablePercentage (BOOL bEnable);
	virtual	BOOL	EnablePathCompaction (BOOL bEnable);

	virtual	void	SetRange(int nLower, int nUpper);
	virtual	void	SetLower(int nLower);
	virtual	void	SetUpper(int nUpper);
	virtual	void	SetPos	(int nPos);
	virtual void	SetColor(COLORREF clr);

	virtual	void	GetRange(int &nLower, int &nUpper) {  nLower = m_nLower; nUpper = m_nUpper; }
	virtual	int		GetLower()	{ return m_nLower; }
	virtual	int		GetUpper()	{ return m_nUpper; }
	virtual	int		GetPos	()	{ return m_nPos; }
	virtual COLORREF GetColor()	{ return m_clrBar; }

	BOOL	m_bPercentage, m_bCompactPath;
	int		m_nPos, m_nLower, m_nUpper;
	COLORREF m_clrBar;

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Iain Clarke, Warrior Programmer
Software Developer (Senior)
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I have now moved to Sweden for love, and recently married a lovely Swede.

I started programming on BBC micros (6502) when I was six and never quite stopped even while I was supposed to be studying physics and uni.

I've been working for ~13 years writing software for machine control and data analysis. I now work on financial transaction transformation software, for a Software company in Gamlastan, Stockholm.
Look at my articles to see my excellent coding skills. I'm modest too!

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