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QuestionDOC/View/Mainframe or does it matter? PinmemberBarryPearlman8-May-12 11:52 
I am working on an SDI application (MFC) using the standard DOC/View/Mainframe created by Visual Studio 10. The application requires a special type of "Switchboard" consisting of basically CButtons.
 
For whatever reason, I do not want to place the buttons in a conventional Dialog Box, but rather have them as children of DOC or View or Mainframe.
 
This is my first time using DOC/View/Mainframe and my question is: Who should be the parent of these buttons, or does it matter at all from a program architecture convention standpoint?
 
I am sure that Microsoft has this detailed, but I haven't a clue as to where to start looking.
 
Thanks,
 
Barry Confused | :confused:
AnswerRe: DOC/View/Mainframe or does it matter? PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon8-May-12 11:59 

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