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The following functions are used to manage TreeMap controls, using prefix syntax:
<TreeMap>.AddAdds an element into a TreeMap control.
<TreeMap>.CountReturns the number of elements found in a TreeMap control.
<TreeMap>.DeleteDeletes an element from a TreeMap control.
<TreeMap>.DeleteAllDeletes all elements from a TreeMap control.
<TreeMap>.InfoXYReturns the index of the element displayed at a given position in a TreeMap control.
<TreeMap>.SeekFinds the index of an element in a TreeMap control from the element path.
<TreeMap>.SelectGroupVisually selects a group of elements in a TreeMap control.
Related Examples:
The TreeMap control Unit examples (WINDEV): The TreeMap control
[ + ] Using the TreeMap control.
The TreeMap control is used to dynamically represent the data, possibly in tree structure, in a balanced way.
This type of control is very useful to represent volumes of data in an intuitive way.
In the example, it is used to view the content of a directory and to monitor the size of the files and sub-directories found in it.
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