TreeNode.FullPath TreeNode.FullPath TreeNode.FullPath TreeNode.FullPath Property

Definition

Gets the path from the root tree node to the current tree node.

public:
 property System::String ^ FullPath { System::String ^ get(); };
[System.ComponentModel.Browsable(false)]
public string FullPath { get; }
member this.FullPath : string
Public ReadOnly Property FullPath As String

Property Value

The path from the root tree node to the current tree node.

Exceptions

Examples

The following code example sets the PathSeparator property of a TreeView and displays the number of child tree nodes that are contained in the TreeNodeCollection of the SelectedNode. The percentage of child tree node to total tree nodes in the tree view control is also displayed. This example requires that you have a Form with a Button, and a TreeView control with a TreeNodeCollection that has several TreeNode objects (preferably with three or more levels).

void myButton_Click( Object^ /*sender*/, System::EventArgs^ /*e*/ )
{

   // Set the tree view's PathSeparator property.
   myTreeView->PathSeparator = ".";

   // Get the count of the child tree nodes contained in the SelectedNode.
   int myNodeCount = myTreeView->SelectedNode->GetNodeCount( true );
   Decimal myChildPercentage = ((Decimal)myNodeCount / (Decimal)myTreeView->GetNodeCount( true )) * 100;

   // Display the tree node path and the number of child nodes it and the tree view have.
   MessageBox::Show( String::Concat( "The '", myTreeView->SelectedNode->FullPath, "' node has ", myNodeCount, " child nodes.\nThat is ", String::Format( "{0:###.##}", myChildPercentage ), "% of the total tree nodes in the tree view control." ) );
}
private void myButton_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
   // Set the tree view's PathSeparator property.
   myTreeView.PathSeparator = ".";

   // Get the count of the child tree nodes contained in the SelectedNode.
   int myNodeCount = myTreeView.SelectedNode.GetNodeCount(true);
   decimal myChildPercentage = ((decimal)myNodeCount/
     (decimal)myTreeView.GetNodeCount(true)) * 100;

   // Display the tree node path and the number of child nodes it and the tree view have.
   MessageBox.Show("The '" + myTreeView.SelectedNode.FullPath + "' node has "
     + myNodeCount.ToString() + " child nodes.\nThat is "
     + string.Format("{0:###.##}", myChildPercentage)
     + "% of the total tree nodes in the tree view control.");
}
Private Sub myButton_Click(ByVal sender As Object, _
  ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles myButton.Click
   ' Set the tree view's PathSeparator property.
   myTreeView.PathSeparator = "."

   ' Get the count of the child tree nodes contained in the SelectedNode.
   Dim myNodeCount As Integer = myTreeView.SelectedNode.GetNodeCount(True)
   Dim myChildPercentage As Decimal = CDec(myNodeCount) / _
      CDec(myTreeView.GetNodeCount(True)) * 100

   ' Display the tree node path and the number of child nodes it and the tree view have.
   MessageBox.Show(("The '" + myTreeView.SelectedNode.FullPath + "' node has " _
      + myNodeCount.ToString() + " child nodes." + Microsoft.VisualBasic.ControlChars.Lf _
      + "That is " + String.Format("{0:###.##}", myChildPercentage) _
      + "% of the total tree nodes in the tree view control."))
End Sub

Remarks

The path consists of the labels of all the tree nodes that must be navigated to reach this tree node, starting at the root tree node. The node labels are separated by the delimiter character specified in the PathSeparator property of the TreeView control that contains this node. For example, if the delimiter character of the tree view control named "Location" is set to the backslash character, (\), the FullPath property value is "Country\Region\State".

Applies to

See also