Re: Substituting CListView's CListCtrl

"AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <AliR@online.nospam>
Thu, 12 Jun 2008 16:13:03 -0500
I don't see why you can't just do this:
(Assuming that you have derived a class from CListView named CMyListView)

CMFCListCtrl& CMyListView::GetMFCListCtrl() const
   return *(CMFCListCtrl*)this;

Then call GetMFCListCtrl in your view class and call the method you want.

as the CListView::GetListCtrl look like this

_AFXCVIEW_INLINE CListCtrl& CListView::GetListCtrl() const
 { return *(CListCtrl*)this; }

CMFCListCtrl inherites from CListCtrl, and it doesn't seem to add any
virtual functions either.

I'm in the process of downloading the expansion pack, and can't test this.
Let me know if it works.


"Fernando G?mez" <> wrote in message

Hello all.

I'm working with a CListView with no problem. However, I would like to
substitute the view's CListCtrl control with (MFC9's) CMFCListCtrl. So
far, I've googled and found a big no-can-do. So I was thinking on writing
my own CCtrlView-derived view and place an instance of CMFCListCtrl.

Before I do so, I would like to ask you all for opinions on this. Is this
the best thing to do, or there is an easier or best way? What would you
recommend? If I write my own view, what things should I beware?

Thanks in advance.


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