You can use a mirror. Just keep it in front your monitor, stand behind your monitor and the mirron will reveal what kinda application is it. Or you can use a simple see-through glass and sit in the usual place. That's how I do it every time.
As our mate just said above, create 3 different apps of each type & you will know.
Windows drivers are built using the Device Driver Kit which is a free download.
It is called as Windows Driver Kit (WDK).
Download and install the latest verion.
Then select the 64-bit environment from which you can rebuild your driver.
«_Superman_» I love work. It gives me something to do between weekends.
Wanted to know if all the handlers for the child windows are correctly returning the value.
Is the 5th dialog box having some extra code , or is it not returning the value which it is supposed to .
In the old days, there was a very nice function called DlgDirList (and DlgDirListComboBox) which filled a listbox / combobox with the files in a directory.
But there is no equivalent for a Tree Control, sorry.
You need to combine two bits of knowledge:
1/ FindFirstFile / FindNextFile to loop through all the files in a directory that match (eg) "*.txt".
FindFirstFile has a decent bit of code sample in its documentation that will be better than anything I can quickly type.
2/ And CTreeCtrl::InsertItem to put those items in the tree.