Many nights we've prayed with no proof anyone could hear, we were moving moutains long before we knew we could!
Yet now i'm standing here, although we know there's much to fear, hope seemed like summer bird too swiftly flown away ...
There can be miracles! When you believe, though hope is frail, it's hard to kill!
Who knows what miracles, you can achieve! When you believe, somehow you will ...
i use CreateWindowsEx to create a listbox and make its single item selected by code, i don't want the user to change the selected item index. i tried EnableWindow to disable the listbox window but it disabled the scrollbar of the listbox as well. What API should i use to make the listbox viewable only? which message should i process to prevent users from selecting another item in the listbox? (API solution only!)
i want to load image(any format,but i think jpg/bmp format)from file to picture control(picture box).i will make it when the program runs/execute. So, i want to put the code in function ON INIT DIALOG.But i don't know how. Can anyone help me???
Well I'm doing some mysql connections for a database project I'm working on. The documentation says it requires VC++ 7.1 The version I'm running appears to be a 7.0.2. Now I've only been back in the Visual C++ world for about... 2 weeks. Is the Studio 2005 supose to be 7.1?
I just relooked at the version and it is "Microsoft Development Environment 7.1.3088" ("MS Visual Studio .NET Professional 2003 - English") and the "Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1" version is 1.1.4322 SP1
I'll add that Microsoft have been working like beavers to get thier C++ implimentation standards compliant. That's probably the reason for the version problem, although I thought the big jump was from 6.0 to 7.0.
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I want to detect which key was pressed. How do i check for f1,f2,...,f12 ,
print screen , num lock ,capslock, alt+255,ctrl+alt+del,any combination of alt / ctrl or shift as well. Please help me on it ?
I quick question .. I have been programming Windows Apps for some time, but heretofore have not had to display and allow selection (with the mouse) of simple graphics in a CView derived class.
It is standard for Windows Apps to allow the user to select a graphic (a line, a rectangle, ... ) with a left button click, and when so clicked, to display selection rectangles around the graphic. On a line, these selection rectangles (small filled rectangles) are typically on the end points.
I surmise that either MFC or the Windows API has already coded this functionality, but for the life of me, even tracing throuhg MSDN supplied sample code (such as drawcli), I can not determine how the system is alerted that this shape should display selection rectangles.
Why is it that anytime I right-click on a local variable inside a function and select “go to definition”, it always replies “The symbol ____ is not defined.”? How can I get .net to allow me to browse local symbols? (It finds the global symbols just fine.)
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