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Customized Visual Studio .NET package: your fully integrated document window inside the IDE

, 20 Dec 2003
Create a fully integrated document window inside the Visual Studio IDE.
/**********************************************************************
- File Name: VsBasicWindow.h
- Date: 12/10/2003 4:49:58 PM
- Author: Michael Sheinin
- Description : 
	The declaration of the CVsBasicWnd class. The class implements a 
	basic window functionality without any connection to a document datum.
- Notes: 

**********************************************************************/
#pragma once

#include <windows.h>

class CVsBasicWnd
{
public:
	CVsBasicWnd(void);
	~CVsBasicWnd(void);
	BOOL Create(HWND hParent, int iX, int iY, int iCX, int iCY );
	HWND GetHandle() { return m_hWnd; };
	void Close();
protected:
	static LRESULT CALLBACK _MainWndProc(HWND hWnd, UINT uMsg, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam);
	static BOOL m_bClassRegistered;
	HWND m_hWnd;
};

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Michael Sheinin
Web Developer
United States United States
For the last 7 years I have developed software in real-time/embedded and MS-Windows environments for military and civil markets. I hold B.Sc. degree in computer engineering. Living in Ontario, Canada, I like hiking and traveling in general. Currently, I'm looking for employment opportunity inside the GTA.

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