IBitSet::GetNumberOfSet Method

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The method of interface of PDF-XChange Editor SDK.
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Gets the number of items set to a ''true'' value.
  
 
== Syntax ==
 
== Syntax ==
 
<pre class="brush:cpp;gutter:false">HRESULT GetNumberOfSet([in]          ULONG  nStartPos,
 
<pre class="brush:cpp;gutter:false">HRESULT GetNumberOfSet([in]          ULONG  nStartPos,
 
                       [in]          ULONG  nEndPos,
 
                       [in]          ULONG  nEndPos,
                       [out, retval]  ULONG*  pCount);</pre>
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                       [out, retval]  ULONG*  nCount);</pre>
  
 
== Parameters ==
 
== Parameters ==
 
;nStartPos
 
;nStartPos
:[in]  Value of ULONG.
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:[in]  Starting position to look for the set values.
 
;nEndPos
 
;nEndPos
:[in]  Value of ULONG.
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:[in]  Ending position to look for the set values.
;pCount
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;nCount
:[out, retval]  Pointer to ULONG.
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:[out, retval]  Number of set values, between the starting and ending position, in the bit-set.
  
 
== Return Value ==
 
== Return Value ==
Returns S_OK if operation was successful or error code in other cases.
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Returns S_OK if the operation was successful, otherwise an error code is returned.
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
[[PXV:IBitSet|IBitSet]].
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Latest revision as of 03:12, 15 June 2015

Gets the number of items set to a true value.

Syntax

HRESULT GetNumberOfSet([in]           ULONG   nStartPos,
                       [in]           ULONG   nEndPos,
                       [out, retval]  ULONG*  nCount);

Parameters

nStartPos
[in] Starting position to look for the set values.
nEndPos
[in] Ending position to look for the set values.
nCount
[out, retval] Number of set values, between the starting and ending position, in the bit-set.

Return Value

Returns S_OK if the operation was successful, otherwise an error code is returned.

See Also

IBitSet