Outlook exposes its functionality through many interfaces. the application ID of outlook is outlook.application.u can search it in registry.then u can find out the dll for that. and after that everything is in ur hand.
I am currently doing an application and i am required to save data from edit boxes to a file and load them when need. I am familiar with the C++ , FILE *fp method of file i/o. But is there a proper and simple MFC method for doing file i/o ? (Sample code greatly appreciated =) )
You can also use fstream.h
To get data from the file make an object of ifstream
and to write data to file, make an object of ofstream
then use these objects just like cout and cin in c++. These are very easy to use.
You can visit msdn.microsoft.com for the help on ifstream and ofstream.
guys, I have an idea to work on some editor ( very simple one with some simple syntax adn color controls). Seems like some fun. Could some one point to some directions where I should start looking, some links or tutorials??
I have the need for a tab control that renders slighly different from the default control provided in the mfc library. I would like for it to display tabs on the left hand side, but with horizontal text. Additionally, I would like to have navigation buttons (up/down), and for each tab to have a close button. Finally, one must be able to add 'pages' dynamically. In short, I would like to have something like :
Unfortunately, this is not exactly what I am looking for. I would like to be able to use the control in a a formview, along with other controls. Particularly, I would like to have a CListCtrl such that when you click on an element, it adds a corresponding tab to the tab control (if one is not already there).
If you can think of any such controls, please let me know.
Actually, am working with Serial port interfacing(MFC) in WIN32. Iam using some library which i found while browsing, actually i need to have the output data in Hex but it is in BYTES, so my problem is, how to convert the data which is in BYTES to Hex.