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ControlObjectList

, 16 Aug 2002 CPOL 54.7K 1.8K 23
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Add/Remove/Scroll/Sort Object List (CButton, CStatic, etc..)
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Introduction

ControlObjectList is a simple scrollable list with any objects like CButton, CStatic, etc..
The motivation is very simple, I have try to find a similar control on the web but I don't found it and I decide to make my own! I know that is first step and this control don't have all functionality but this is the beginning.


I take no credit for this work because I only have assembled some code found at CodeProject to build this demo.

Enjoy!

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GeneralReally a wonderful program Pin
alwittta13-Jun-06 5:33
memberalwittta13-Jun-06 5:33 
NewsThe main idea Pin
Dany Cantin30-Sep-05 11:44
memberDany Cantin30-Sep-05 11:44 
QuestionUmm... what is it?? Pin
RancidCrabtree29-Sep-05 8:30
memberRancidCrabtree29-Sep-05 8:30 
Am I obtuse? I am not being able to figure out what this control does. I see a bunch of boxes with numbers. What are they? Who do the mean? Why the programmers are needing a list of boxes with the meaningless numbers?
GeneralLooks good, but you need an article Pin
David Wulff16-Aug-02 23:59
memberDavid Wulff16-Aug-02 23:59 

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