In general, you do want to call the base class method (be careful of when you call it, sometimes it's appropriate to do it before your code, sometimes you want to do it after your code).... in certain cases, it doesn't matter (it's an empty place holder) or you don't want the default behavior of the base class at all, in which case you don't call it at all.
If you don't call the base class method, be sure you know why you're not calling it because sometimes the methods will do things in the background that are important to the operation of the base class.
This is a telemetry application where data arrives in a continuous stream. My application breaks that data out into named parameters and sends it to a display device. It generates at least two packets per millisecond and often ten or more.
As a result I will check to see if I can find any operations performed by the base class. When there are none time is saved by not making the call.
I do worry that they may be things done by that call that I do not have visibility into, hence the question.
While working with some checkboxes I made an error and created the event handler in an incorrect class. I think I have recovered from that. But maybe not completely.
Now after creating a checkbox, the right click and Add Variable option is grayed out. I have tried deleting the following files: .ncb and .suo and .user and .aps, and deleted directory Debug. After a Clean and Rebuild the problem remains. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to resolve this problem?
There is no point in randomly deleting files unless you understand their purpose. It may be that you have left some unconnected data that is confusing the class wizard, which holds its information in the .clw file. However, make sure you keep a backup copy of this file before deleting it.
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
Yes, that is a good article. I just wanted to know how many copies have already been started so the code could avoid putting all the opwninf dialogs on top of each other. I will elect to not add that complexity and let the user deal with it. Thanks for taking the time to reply.
Thanks for your time
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