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Alternating Node

An alternating node represents an odd node. Note that nodes have a zero-based index and the node which has the zero index is considered to be even.


The table below lists the main properties which affect the element's functionality:

Characteristics Members
Availability TreeListAlternatingNodeStyle.Enabled
Style TreeListStyles.AlternatingNode

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