Get the cell count

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Jun 08, 2020 Jun 08, 2020

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Hi,

I have used this code to get the table length but in this I can't able to get the value while running the code it shows an error like

error C2065: 'tableModel': undeclared identifier

left of '->begin' must point to class/struct/union/generic type
InterfacePtr<ITableTextContainer> tableTextContainer(tableModel, UseDefaultIID());

InterfacePtr<ITextModel> textModel(tableTextContainer->QueryTextModel());

InterfacePtr<IComposeScanner> composeScanner(textModel, UseDefaultIID());

InterfacePtr<ITextStoryThreadDict> textStoryThreadDict(tableModel, UseDefaultIID());

ITableModel::const_iterator iterTable(tableModel->begin());

ITableModel::const_iterator end(tableModel->end());

while (iterTable != end) {

GridAddress gridAddress = *iterTable;

GridSpan gridSpan = tableModel->GetCellSpan(gridAddress);

GridArea gridArea(gridAddress, gridSpan);

const GridID gridID = tableModel->GetGridID(gridAddress);

InterfacePtr<ITextStoryThread> textStoryThread(textStoryThreadDict->QueryThread(gridID));

if (textStoryThread == nil) {

iterTable++;

continue;

}

TextIndex threadStart = 0;

int32 threadLength = -1;

threadStart = textStoryThread->GetTextStart(&threadLength);

int32 cellStrLength = threadLength - 1;

PMString cellStr;

if (cellStrLength > 0) {

WideString tempCopy;

composeScanner->CopyText(threadStart, cellStrLength, &tempCopy);

cellStr = PMString(tempCopy);

 

for ( i = 0; i < cellStrLength; i++) {

UTF32TextChar uniChar = cellStr.GetWChar(i);

if (uniChar == kTextChar_ZeroSpaceNoBreak) {

cellStr.Remove(i);

cellStrLength--;

i--;

}

}

}

//cellStrlength = cellStr.WCharLength();

PMString infoStr;

 

infoStr.Append(", textLength:");

infoStr.AppendNumber(cellStrLength);

 

CAlert::InformationAlert(infoStr);

iterTable++;

}

Please guide me.

Nithu
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