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    Re: Understanding Iterators

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  2. Re: [C/C++ 11 - win32] - about Notification area

    Again, please, is any connection between C++11 (ISO/IEC14882:2011) specific problems and what we are discussing here?
  3. Re: [RESOLVED] [C/C++ 11 - win32] - about Notification area

    [ off-topic ]

    Which is the connection between Shell_NotifyIcon, (or other (C) WinAPI functions discussed here or in other topics you started) and C++11 which you are inserting in the title?
  4. Thread: .h and .cpp

    by ovidiucucu
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    Re: .h and .cpp

    Will be probably also known as C++/HOI (i.e. C++ (with) Header-Only Implementation). :)
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    Re: A simple vmString class

    Arjay, no need to wonder (and eventually have nightmares). I never wrote my "own string class, but using other parts of the std library". :)
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    Re: A simple vmString class

    IMHO presenting this solution to someone who still have problems with memory allocation, may easily transform him/her in a copy-coder, code-monkey or script-kiddie. :)
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    Re: Dialog Window Property Question?

    Indeed, Windows API GetForegroundWindow function does not return a pointer to an MFC object (as CWnd::GetForegroundWindow does) but returns a window handle (HWND) which IS A POINTER, as well.
    HWND...
  8. Thread: .h and .cpp

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    Re: .h and .cpp

    Arjay, I began coding long time ago with FORTRAN and COBOL-74.
    But I never said (e.g. in a Java forum) something like
    "Coming from C++ I've always found this obsession of using garbage collector...
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    Re: .h and .cpp

    That explains everything. :)
    No offense...
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    Re: .h and .cpp

    ...and further we can see a lot of C++ code monkeys swearing whatever tools instead of shooting the architect which just has borrowed some cool practices from other programming languages. :)
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    Re: A simple vmString class

    Writing a simple string class is not quite simple. :)
    However, let's try to answer the OP questions.

    Q1. Why do we need to make a forward declaration of the class ostream?
    A1. Once included...
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    Re: Chat Program

    “Learn, learn and once again, learn!” said the mighty V.I.Lenin :D
    Well, afaik, seriously, there's not a tutorial named "Writing a Chat Program for FrontPage Coders". However, try to start from...
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    Re: ole32.lib / dll

    No mater the file name. We can make a DLL named ole666.dll and that doesn't mean it's a 666-bit DLL. :)
    On 64-bit systems there is a 64-bit ole32.dll in System32 folder and a 32-bit ole32.dll in...
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    Re: Customize control scrollbar

    There are two kinds of scrollbars:

    scrollbars which are shown in windows having WS_HSCROLL and/or WS_VSCROLL style;
    scrollbar common controls (of window class "ScrollBar").


    WM_CTLCOLOR...
  15. Re: [MFC MDI] How to activate a view programmatically and safely ?

    An MDI application with "tabbed views" can have zero, one or more tab groups.
    Here is an example of one having two tab groups.

    33245

    If you want to programmatically activate a tab item (and...
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    Re: .h and .cpp

    @razzle
    Have you ever dealt with C code written in early 90'th or earlier?
    If yes, you can notice a lot of C implementation files included in other C implementation files.
    That's because the...
  17. Re: Is there any way to change the background color of a messagebox?

    First note that WM_CTLCOLORMSGBOX message is discontinued and actually has no use.
    However, we can customize a dialog box shown with MessageBox or related functions as follows:

    Before calling...
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    Re: Removing title bar from external app

    Basically, it is possible to remove the window title bar (including for windows created in other process) by removing WS_CAPTION style.
    Of course, refer to built-in window caption and not to a...
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    Re: Visual C++ 6.0 for Notepad

    If you are talking about CopyFile function, please note that it simply copy a file and does NOT perform any conversion.
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    Re: Change text and bkg color of CComboBox

    If you want to customize the look of controls which have Visual Styles then probably you have to use Visual Styles API.
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    Re: how can i subclass a menu?

    TrackPopupMenu function

    Menu Reference

    Beware of lambda expressions in WinAPI Applications! C++11 lambdas are great but still buggy. Stay cool and wait a little! ;)
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    Re: how can i subclass a menu?

    "When in Rome, do as Romans do!"
    That is completing what Igor already said and means in this context "if deal with menus, use menus' documented stuff!"
    If you want to write your own menu class,...
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    Re: how can i subclass a menu?

    Don't need to "subclass" a menu. Just handle the WM_COMMAND message which is sent to the owner window when the user selects a menu command item.
    See WM_COMMAND message documentation in MSDN.
  24. Re: Need Suggestion to choose Visual Studio Version ...

    That's pretty cool! :thumb:
  25. Re: Need Suggestion to choose Visual Studio Version ...

    Seriously.
    Making an application with the same look & feel in all platforms is not always a wise idea.
    For example, Mac OSX and Windows applications have pretty different standard look & feel. ...
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