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SuggestCtrl

 

Demostrates SuggestCtrl, string editor giving suggestions

 

 

main.cpp

 

#include <CtrlLib/CtrlLib.h>

 

using namespace Upp;

 

inline int CharFilterToUpperAscii(int c)

{

    return ToUpper(ToAscii(c));

}

 

int Sep(int c)

{

    return c == ';' || c == ',' ? ';' : 0;

}

 

GUI_APP_MAIN

{

    TopWindow win;

    SuggestCtrl ctrl;

 

    static const char *cpp[] = {

        "namespace", "asm", "__asm", "else", "struct",

        "enum", "switch", "auto", "__except", "template",

        "explicit", "this",

        "bool", "extern", "mutable", "thread",

        "break", "false", "throw",

        "case", "__fastcall", "true",

        "catch", "__finally", "new", "try",

        "__cdecl", "float", "__try",

        "char", "wchar_t", "for", "operator", "typedef",

        "class", "friend", "private", "typeid",

        "const", "goto", "protected", "typename",

        "const_cast", "if", "public", "union",

        "continue", "inline", "register", "unsigned",

        "__declspec", "__inline", "reinterpret_cast", "using",

        "using", "default", "int", "return",

        "delete", "__int8", "short", "__uuidof",

        "dllexport", "__int16", "signed", "virtual",

        "dllimport", "__int32", "sizeof", "void",

        "do", "__int64", "static", "volatile",

        "double", "__leave", "static_cast",

        "dynamic_cast", "long", "__stdcall", "while",

        "force_inline",

        "and", "bitor", "or", "xor",

        "compl", "bitand", "and_eq", "or_eq",

        "xor_eq", "not", "not_eq",

        "char16_t", "char32_t", "constexpr", "decltype",

        "noexcept", "nullptr", "static_assert",

        "override", "final"

    };

 

    for(int i = 0; i < __countof(cpp); i++)

        ctrl.AddList(cpp[i]);

    ctrl.Delimiter(Sep);

    ctrl.CompareFilter(CharFilterToUpperAscii);

    win.Add(ctrl.HSizePos().TopPos(0));

    win.Run();

}

 

 

 

 

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