There are a bunch of utilities here (like grids) that I would like to try out from VB.NET. Microsoft says that they have made it pretty easy but I have not seen any examples of how to do it. Anyone with experience at this?
Hi, I am required to create two activeX applications, one of them will be pre-install on the computer an the factory and the other will be used by service and support when the user logs in the site, the activeX will gather information from the system in order for S&S to keep track of the users who log in to the site.
It is also requested not to use the default pop-up window from IE but our own pop-up window to provide the information about the activeX.
Well the problem is I am an student and I have no clue about activeX, so if someone could share some tutorials or skeleton code, it would be great.
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I am using the following function to display the members of a memberlist.
I need also to display the books of a booklist. If I use the comments then there is no compilation problem, but I cant display the books, on the other hand if I do not use the comments there is a compilation problem because get_member() function does not accept class Member* argument, but only class Book* argument. How can I generalise the function to accept both arguments, and display both books and members using the same function?
my application displays some animations using GDI.When i run the application at a quick speed over and over,the area outside my application window redraws.(can see flicker in ms word or even in vc toolbar).any guesses what the problem is??i'm not using GetDesktopWindow anywhere in my appln.
I've just added 8 new strings to my string table, with the ID's of these strings being set to 61440 - 61447, now when I run the app and use File | Open or File | Save the CFileDialog dialog comes up (default MFC MDI implementation) but the dialogs title is set to my new string resource. 61440 end's up in the open dialog and 61441 ends up in the save dialog.
What's going on? Is there a limit to the amount of resources I can have, or is there some significance to these resource ID's?
Dylan Kenneally wrote: but the dialogs title is set to my new string resource.
So what are you expecting to happen?
Dylan Kenneally wrote: ...is there some significance to these resource ID's?Depending on where the insertion point was when you inserted a new String Table item, the ID will be in a different range. I've never used IDs past the 32000 range.
I am working on an application to control the printers. I m getting a problem when i use SetDefaultPrinter in VC it gives me error of undeclared identifier i have included the header files. other function related to printers like OpenPrinter, GetPrinter etc r working fine but this one is not working can anybody help me out plzzz its urgent
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Thnx for replying early.
I m working on windows 2000 plzz can u guide me a little more on it.I desperately need the function to work on my machine. what i need to do in the code inorder to use that code.
I still get the same error undeclared identifier. as far as linking the the winspool.lib file plzz explain it a little more wht i have done is in the project settings of VC i have linked the winspool.lib file.
One thing more when i chaged the version it gave the error
then after some time it started working but with the same error. i m using win 2000 professional edition.
any help will be appreciated alot
Has anyone a working source code for Bluetooth under Windows XP using the included Microsoft Bluetooth stack? I need to get it working for my thesis, since this is the last unsolved problem. Can anyone help?
Nowadays the GUIs created with Flash MX are well received.
I love the visual effects that are not easy to achieve
just with some knowledge of Windows API and MFC.
I am some conversant with Windows API and MFC, so want to
go on using them to implement many parts of programs, while
creating GUI with Flash.
How to interact with Flash "controls" from within MFC? To be more specific,
if I press a button in the Flash I like to make a MFC dialog
box such as AfxMessageBox("Hello") pop up. Likewise, if I am to put
a string in an edit box in the Flash?
I haven't set about learning Flash yet but hope
some advice posted here could guide me through a new
I would like to share my knowledge on doc based and dialog based archtectures (many not be new - But can be interesting when there are more comments ....)
My understanding on the above is document based applications are maily for say, word/paint brush kind of applications and dialog based is generally used for say, take an input (port configure info) process them and show the results on the dialog box controls...
Hans Dietrich wrote: Dialog apps can be used for anything MDI or SDI app is used for.
But then you would have to do a lot of things yourself for which the Framework takes care with MDI/SDI.
But if you would have to tweak MFC anyway, you are probably better off using dialog based GUI. Anyway, you can do all stuff that the MFC doc/view provides also by hand.
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