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Counting the Parents of a Treeview Node?

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    Question Counting the Parents of a Treeview Node?

    Hi All,

    i was wonderig if anyone knows how to count the number of parents of a treeview node?

    I 'm trying to work out what "Level" each node is at i.e. if there are 3 parents to a node it is at level 4 and so on?

    Hope that's clear guys

    any help is greatly appreciated and i'll defo add to your rep

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    Re: Counting the Parents of a Treeview Node?

    Please Login or Register  to view this content.
    Double click a node to get it's level.
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    Re: Counting the Parents of a Treeview Node?

    Cheers for this, excellent work

    Legend!

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    Re: Counting the Parents of a Treeview Node?

    Hi,

    I am having an issue with your private function as application defined error. I am just pasting it on my sheet.

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    Re: Counting the Parents of a Treeview Node?

    mohitkhanna.31,
    Unfortunately your post does not comply with Rule 2 of our Forum RULES. Do not post a question in the thread of another member -- start your own thread.

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