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linecount_dll.zip
LineCount.dll
WWhizInterface.mod
LineCount.chm
linecount_src.zip
LineCount.dsw
LineCount_VC5.dsw
LineCount.dsp
LineCount_VC5.dsp
LineCount.odl
LineCount.def
LineCount.clw
Help
arrowrt.gif
Index.hhk
LineCount.chm
LineCount.hhp
mailto.gif
metl011.gif
PLC.gif
small_exclamation.gif
TOC.hhc
weblink.gif
res
idr_main.ico
project.ico
TBarLrge.bmp
TBarMedm.bmp
title.ico
ExtrnSrc
Release
LineCount.dll
WWhizInterface.mod
LineCount.chm
plc110src.zip
plc111.zip
WWhizInterfaceInstaller210Beta1.exe
LineCount.dll
LineCount.chm
plc111src.zip
WWhizInterfaceInstaller210Beta1.exe
LineCount.dll
LineCount.chm
Source
LineCount.dsw
LineCount_VC5.dsw
LineCount.dsp
LineCount_VC5.dsp
LineCount.odl
LineCount.def
Help
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Index.hhk
LineCount.hhp
PLC.gif
TOC.hhc
arrowrt.gif
mailto.gif
metl011.gif
small_exclamation.gif
weblink.gif
res
TBarLrge.bmp
TBarMedm.bmp
idr_main.ico
project.ico
title.ico
ExtrnSrc
Debug
WWhizInterface2D.mod
plc150.zip
WWhizInterfaceInstaller212.exe
LineCount.dll
LineCount.chm
Reports
SampleAnalysis.xls
Simple-BW.xsl
Simple-Color.xsl
plc150src.zip
WWhizInterfaceInstaller212.exe
LineCount.dll
LineCount.chm
SampleAnalysis.xls
Simple-BW.xsl
Simple-Color.xsl
LineCount.dsw
LineCount.dsp
LineCount.odl
LineCount.def
LineCount.clw
.cvsignore
TOC.hhc
linecount.hhp
arrowrt.gif
Index.hhk
PLC.gif
mailto.gif
small_exclamation.gif
weblink.gif
info_dot_small.gif
TBarLrge.bmp
idr_main.ico
project.ico
HdrDownA.bmp
HdrUpA.bmp
title.ico
info.ico
TBarMedm.bmp
WWhizInterface2D.mod
plc200.zip
LineCount.cab
WWhizInterface30VC6_1016.exe
plc200src.zip
.cvsignore
LineCount.def
LineCount.dsp
LineCount.dsw
LineCount.odl
ResizableLib
.cvsignore
ResizableLib.dsp
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.cvsignore
Index.hhk
LineCount.hhp
PLC.gif
TOC.hhc
arrowrt.gif
info_dot_small.gif
mailto.gif
small_exclamation.gif
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ObjModelVC6
ObjModelVC7
MSADDNDR.tlh
MSO.tlh
dte.tlh
HdrDownA.bmp
HdrUpA.bmp
LineCountVC6.rgs
LineCountVC7.rgs
TBarLrge.bmp
TBarMedm.bmp
idr_main.ico
info.ico
lcgo.bmp
project.ico
title.ico
WWhizInterface2D.mod
plc210.zip
SetupPLC210.exe
plc210src.zip
.cvsignore
LineCount.def
LineCount.dsp
LineCount.dsw
LineCount.odl
.cvsignore
ResizableLib.dsp
ResizableLib.dsw
.cvsignore
Index.hhk
LineCount.hhp
PLC.gif
TOC.hhc
arrowrt.gif
info_dot_small.gif
mailto.gif
small_exclamation.gif
weblink.gif
MSADDNDR.tlh
MSO.tlh
dte.tlh
HdrDownA.bmp
HdrUpA.bmp
LineCountVC6.rgs
LineCountVC7.rgs
TBarLrge.bmp
TBarMedm.bmp
gallery.xsl
idr_main.ico
info.ico
lcgo.bmp
project.ico
title.ico
WWhizInterface2D.mod
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<Title>WndTabs Technology</Title>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="helpmain.css">
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<Object type="application/x-oleobject" classid="clsid:1e2a7bd0-dab9-11d0-b93a-00c04fc99f9e">
	<param name="Keyword" value="Technology">
	<param name="Keyword" value="Technology, WndTabs">
</OBJECT><H1>WndTabs Technology</H1>

<p>The Window Tabs Add-In (WndTabs) is another freeware add-in available from the WndTabs site
(<a href="http://www.wndtabs.com">http://www.wndtabs.com</a>).
The WndTabs source code is freely available and includes many useful classes
and utility modules.  Line Counter makes use of some of these classes and modules:
<br>
<ul>
	<li><b>Configuration Variables With Automatic Registry Persistence</b> -
		The <b><i>Config.cpp</i></b> module allows you to easily create configuration
		variables for your program.  The variables will be saved and retrieved
		from the registry using two simple commands: <b>GetConfiguration()</b>
		and <b>WriteConfiguration()</b>.<br>
		All you have to do is define your variables (which can be of either 
		integer or string types), in a file called <b><i>CfgVars.h</i></b>.  
		In this file use the <b>CFG_VAR</b> and <b>CFG_STR</b> macros to declare 
		your integer and string variables (respectively).  To access the 
		variables, simply #include <b><i>Config.h</i></b> in your source modules, 
		and thats it!.
	<br>
	<br>
	</li>
	
	<li><b>HTML Help Made Easy</b> - By using the HTML Help support
                    module (<b><i>HHSupp.cpp</i></b>), 
	    you can easily add HTML Help support to your application and its
		dialogs/property pages.  The support module will do the
		following for you:<br>
		<ul>
			<li>Try to load the HTML Help component dynamically.  Help won't be
			    provided if the load fails, but your application will keep on
				running without a problem.
			</li>
			
			<li>Allow you to make calls to HTML Help API.</li>
			
			<li>Easily create dialogs and property sheets with context sensitive
			    help (that little '?' on the title bar of the dialog).  You can
				either write a simple, text-only description for your dialog
				items, or use a full-blown HTML page.  Both are supported by
				<b><i>HTMLHelpBase</i></b>, and are as simple as adding one
				macro to your dialog class.
			</li>

			<li>Easily add help support to menu items and commands (for full MFC
				applications.</li>

		</ul>
		And more!<br>
		<br>
	<br>
	<br>
	</li>
	
			
	<li><b>Property Pages For Setting Program Configuration</b> - <b><i>AutoPropPage.cpp</i></b>
	    defines a base class for a property page that knows all about 
		configuration variables.  Just give it a list of these variables,
		and you have extensive support for the functionality of the "OK", "Apply",
		and "Cancel" buttons.<br>
		In fact, the simple needs of Line Counter require nothing more than
		simply subclassing from the provided base class.  More hidden power
		lies behind the CAutoPropPage methods <b>Changed()</b>, <b>ChangedAny()</b>,
		<b>OrigVal()</b>, and <b>PrevVal()</b> which can be seen in action
		in the WndTabs sources.
	</li>
</ul>
		  
Make sure to take a look at the WndTabs sources to see the features of the
functions described above in further depth and detail!.		    


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Oz Solomon
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You may know Oz from his WndTabs days. Oz has long since left client side development to work on web technologies and to consult in the R&D management field.

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