Retrieves the sub-cell tag information.
A handle to the window that represents the cell on which the function's effect will be applied.
A zero-based index into the image list attached to the cell specified in nCellIndex. This sub-cell contains the image that contains the bitmap region that needs to be retrieved. Pass -2 to refer to the selected sub-cell.
The number of rows to count before reaching the Sub-cell tag to be retrieved.
Value that specifies the origin point from which to count the rows specified in the uRow parameter. For example, if uAlign is DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMLEFT and uRow is 4, the application will count 4 rows from the bottom and place the tag on that location. Possible values are:
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_TOPLEFT||[0x0000] Start counting rows from the top of the cell. The tag will be left justified.|
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_LEFTCENTER||[0x0001] The tag is placed in the center, based on the height of the cell, and is left justified.|
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMLEFT||[0x0002] Start counting rows from the bottom of the cell. The tag will be left justified.|
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_TOPCENTER||[0x0003] The tag is placed in the center, based on the width of the cell, and is top justified.|
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMCENTER||[0x0004] The tag is placed in the center, based on the width of the cell, and is bottom justified.|
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_TOPRIGHT||[0x0005] Start counting rows from the top of the cell. The tag will be right justified.|
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_RIGHTCENTER||[0x0006] The tag is placed in the center, based on the height of the cell, and is right justified.|
|DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMRIGHT||[0x0007] Start counting rows from the bottom of the cell. The tag will be right justified.|
Pointer to the DISPCELLTAGINFO structure that contains information about the tag.
Reserved for future use. Pass 0.
|SUCCESS||The function was successful.|
|< 1||An error occurred. Refer to Return Codes.|
If you are planning to retrieves the text, you should allocate enough space to hold the tag text.
This function retrieves the Sub-Cell tag. The sub-cell tag is the tag that appears only on one frame of the cell frames. You can create a sub-cell tag using the function L_DispContainerSetSubCellTag. To create a tag that appears on all the frames of the cell, use L_DispContainerSetCellTag.
For an example, refer to L_DispContainerBeginUpdate.