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    Re: OnMouseMove in CView derived class

    ADDITIONAL NOTE:
    As already thousand times said in this forum, do not draw inside mouse messages handlers.
    Just call Invalidate or InvalidateRect and draw inside CView::OnDraw.
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    Poll: Re: Where are we from ?

    Well, nice tests for saving the Otherians souls are there. :thumb:
  3. Poll: Re: Where are we from? - Second Edition

    This seems to be a harder one... :D
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    Re: about making a install

    Use Dependency Walker which is shipped with Visual Studio.
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    Poll: Re: Where are we from ?

    Are you sure?
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    Poll: Re: Where are we from ?

    I have voted for India. Anyhow no matter...

    BTW: You forgot USSR (CCCP).
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    Re: copy construct

    ... as somebody already said.

    However, you cannot blame us, as long as this new direction is opened by yourself:

    Anyhow, I agree with this point of view:
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    Re: copy construct

    class CFufu
    {
    public:
    CFufu() : m_strFufu(_T("FUFU")) {}
    private:
    CString m_strFufu;
    };

    class CFu
    {
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    Re: Disappearing linker error

    From MSDN
  10. Re: Picture Compare Program!!! Help Needed!!!!!!

    How much you offer?
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    Re: Find out type of class

    All-in-one HERE.
  12. Re: Notepad in Dialog Based Application..........

    Are you doing that application, or searcing for source code?
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    Poll: Re: ISO vs CMM

    Cobol.NET? Quite interesting. Serious.
    Just I'm courious: there is also an Assembly.NET? Should be even more interesting.
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    Re: freeware and shareware

    See also: careware, addware, spyware, hijackware, beerware, etc...
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    Re: The problem with fprintf

    ...or call fflush after fprintf.
  16. Thread: Why PHP?

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    Poll: Re: Why PHP?

    it's easy / it's free / for a C (C++) programmer its syntax looks good :thumb:
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    Re: Drawing in dialog box

    Handle WM_PAINT message.
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    Poll: Re: ISO vs CMM

    But this generally happens: in every company/project the number of reported bugs decreases in time.
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    Re: MFC to Windows APPlication

    Unfortunately, as I know, such wizard does not exist.
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    Poll: Re: SDI/MDI/Dialog-based

    Dialog-based - more to work but easier to handle.
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    Re: Adding scroll bar to Mainframe

    Why?
    As a general rule, it's not a good idea to change the default behavior of an MDI application.
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    Poll: Re: Greatest human achievement

    Quickly voted for toilet. I'm in a hurry to go there.... :D

    Bye!
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    Re: Using Radio buttons..

    Is this a graphics problem?

    Anyhow, your question is quite unclear.
    So, when click on OK button you want to see which of radio buttons is selected and write or draw something in a view of a MDI...
  24. Poll: Re: What do you prepend your class names with?

    To prepend, or not prepend: that is the question... :)
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    Re: size of an open file

    Try GetFileAttributesEx API function.
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