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The TreeView_HitTest macro determines the location of the specified point relative to the client area of a tree-view control. You can use this macro or explicitly send the TVM_HITTEST message.

HTREEITEM TreeView_HitTest(





Handle to the tree-view control.
Pointer to a TV_HITTESTINFO structure. When the message is sent, the pt member specifies the coordinates of the point to test. When the message returns, the hItem member is the handle to the item at the specified point or NULL if no item occupies the point. Also, when the message returns, the flags member is a hit-test value that indicates the location of the specified point. For a list of hit-test values, see the description of the TV_HITTESTINFO structure.

Return Values

Returns the handle to the tree-view item that occupies the specified point or NULL if no item occupies the point.

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