2.2.4.22 Grid


Name

Grid

Remark

The Origin C Grid class provides properties and methods to set the format for datasheet window – Origin worksheet and matrix sheet.

This class provides the extra function on data selection, setting column/row lable show, setting cell text color, merge cells and so on.

Hierarchy

Examples

Header to Include

origin.h

Reference

Members

Name Brief Example
Attach Attach a Grid to a worksheet or matrixsheet Examples
CanDelete Based on the current selection, it determines whether it is possible to delete if entire rows or columns are selected. Examples
CanInsert Based on the current selection, it determines whether it is possible to insert rows or columns if entire rows or columns are selected. Examples
CellBkColor Get and set the background color of a datasheet cell. Examples
CellTextColor Get and set the text color of a datasheet cell. Examples
Delete Based on the current selection, it deletes rows or columns if entire rows or columns are selected. Examples
Expand Expand or collapse tables Examples
GetCurrentCell It retrieve the location of the cursor on the active sheet. Examples
GetNumChildGrids Get the number of child grids. Examples
GetOwner Get the origin object that this grid attached to Examples
GetSelectedRange It retrieves the current selection in the notation in which the (first, if there are multiple, which is not supported yet) header row or column has index 0, followed by label rows and columns, followed by data rows and columns. Examples
GetSelection Retrieves current multiple selection ranges from the Grid. Examples
GetShowLabels to get all show column or row labels Examples
GetUserDefinedLabelNames to get the name of user defined parameter labels Examples
Grid Default constructor which constructs an unattached Grid object.
Insert Based on the current selection, it inserts rows or columns if entire rows or columns are selected. Examples
IsGridLinesShown to return grid lines are show or hidden Examples
IsHeadersShown check column or row is show or hidden. Examples
IsLabelsShown to check the specified type label is show or hidden Examples
IsTransposed to check table is transpose or not Examples
MergeCells to merge cells. Examples
SetCurrentCell It highlight the specified cell on the active sheet. Examples
SetSelection Examples
SetShowLabels set multiple type labels show once. Examples
SetTranspose to transpose table. Examples
SetTransposedView to transpose to column list view. Examples
SetUserDefinedLabelNames to add user defined labels and named by argument arr. Examples
ShowGridLines set show/hide grid lines Examples
ShowHeaders show/hide column or row header Examples
ShowLabels show labels Examples
Styles Get or set the Name styles in the grid selection Examples

Property

Name Brief Example
Cols The total number of columns. Examples
FixedCols The number of fixed columns. Fixed columns remain visible when the user scrolls the contents of the grid. They should correspond to our header columns in worksheet. Examples
FixedRows The number of fixed rows. Fixed rows remain visible when the user scrolls the contents of the grid. They should correspond to our header rows in worksheet. Examples
FrozenCols The number of frozen columns. Cells in frozen columns can be selected and edited, but they remain visible when the user scrolls the contents horizontally. Frozen columns should correspond to our label columns (i.e. row labels). Examples
FrozenRows The number of frozen rows. Cells in frozen rows can be selected and edited, but they remain visible when the user scrolls the contents vertically. Frozen rows should correspond to our label rows (i.e. column labels). Examples
Rows The total number of rows. Examples