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Retrieves the current number of working areas for a list view control.

UINT GetNumberOfWorkAreas( ) const;

Not used at this time.

This member function implements the behavior of the Win32 macro, ListView_GetNumberOfWorkAreas, as described in the Windows SDK.

		UINT i, uCount = m_myListCtrl.GetNumberOfWorkAreas();
		LPRECT lpRects = (LPRECT) malloc(uCount*sizeof(RECT));

		if (lpRects != NULL)
			// Dump all of the work area dimensions.
			m_myListCtrl.GetWorkAreas(uCount, lpRects);

			for (i=0; i < uCount; i++)
				TRACE(_T("Work area %d; left = %d, top = %d, right = %d, ")
					_T("bottom = %d\r\n"),
					i, lpRects[i].left, lpRects[i].top, lpRects[i].right, 

			TRACE(_T("Couldn't allocate enough memory!"));   

Header: afxcmn.h

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