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C1.Win.C1TrueDBGrid.4.5.2 Assembly / C1.Win.C1TrueDBGrid Namespace / C1TrueDBGrid Class / CellContaining Method
The x-coordinate.
The y-coordinate.
The row under the coordinate pair.
The column index under the coordinate pair.

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    CellContaining Method
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    Returns the cell position for a set of coordinates.
    Syntax
    'Declaration
     
    Public Function CellContaining( _
       ByVal x As System.Integer, _
       ByVal y As System.Integer, _
       ByRef row As System.Integer, _
       ByRef col As System.Integer _
    ) As System.Boolean
    public System.bool CellContaining( 
       System.int x,
       System.int y,
       out System.int row,
       out System.int col
    )

    Parameters

    x
    The x-coordinate.
    y
    The y-coordinate.
    row
    The row under the coordinate pair.
    col
    The column index under the coordinate pair.

    Return Value

    A value indicating whether a data cell is beneath the specified coordinate pair.
    Remarks

    The CellContaining method combines the ColContaining(Int32) and RowContaining methods into one call. If the coordinate pair specified by x and y points to a data cell, this method returns True, and the rowindex and colindex arguments receive zero-based indexes that identify the cell.

    This method is useful when working with mouse and drag events when trying to determine where the user clicked or dropped another control in terms of a grid cell.

    If the specified coordinate is outside of the grid's data area, this method returns False. Use the PointAt(Int32,Int32) method to determine what kind of grid element, if any, is beneath the specified coordinate.

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