The Windows system for displaying graphical information. GDI(Graphic Device Interface) provides basic functions, and GDI+ some advanced features. Take a look at the documentation on MSDN for full details.
There can be several ways, use a picture control, handle WM_ERASEBKGND or WM_PAINT and blit the image yourself, write your own picture-control-like control...if this is not enough for you to get started with it, give more details about what you want because it is hard to guess your specific needs.
> The problem with computers is that they do what you tell them to do and not what you want them to do. < > Sometimes you just have to hate coding to do it well. <
This is a kind of strange question but it just got stuck to me this morning while writing my MFC application. Every time we define a message macro in MESSAGE MAP, we use default prototype for handling that message, i.e. for handling WM_CHAR() message we have OnChar() handler, what i want to know is whether there's a way change this default handler and provide our own message handler, with our defined name..........
I know we can work around this by calling our defined function in the default message handler but what i want is i don't want to mention the default handler in my application code.
your help is highly awaited........ thanks in advance
I think I answered your query earlier when it was the other way round i.e you wanted to convert mdb into text. You can use the same method of using CFile to read from the text file and then use DAO to write the values in the mdb file.
If you are unable to find anything on google, search for DAO MFC which you might have missed as the search string.
You need to google first, if you have "It's urgent please" mentioned in your question. _AnShUmAn_
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