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CFilterEdit: Use Regular Expressions to Filter Your Input

, 3 Oct 2011 CPOL
The definitive approach to filtering input text. Includes configurable error display.
//{{NO_DEPENDENCIES}}
// Microsoft Visual C++ generated include file.
// Used by EditTest.rc
//
#define IDM_ABOUTBOX                    0x0010
#define IDD_ABOUTBOX                    100
#define IDS_ABOUTBOX                    101
#define IDD_EDITTEST_DIALOG             102
#define IDR_MAINFRAME                   128
#define IDC_EDIT_DATE                   1000
#define IDC_EDIT_UINT                   1001
#define IDC_EDIT_PRICE                  1002
#define IDC_SPIN_UINT                   1003
#define IDC_EDIT_EMAIL                  1004
#define IDC_MONTHCALENDAR1              1005
#define IDC_RADIO_DATE                  1006
#define IDC_RADIO_TIME                  1007
#define IDC_RADIO_DATE_TIME             1008
#define IDC_CHECK_ALLOW_NULL            1009
#define IDC_SPIN_DATE                   1010
#define IDC_EDIT1                       1011
#define IDC_EDIT_YEAR                   1011

// Next default values for new objects
// 
#ifdef APSTUDIO_INVOKED
#ifndef APSTUDIO_READONLY_SYMBOLS
#define _APS_NEXT_RESOURCE_VALUE        134
#define _APS_NEXT_COMMAND_VALUE         32771
#define _APS_NEXT_CONTROL_VALUE         1013
#define _APS_NEXT_SYMED_VALUE           101
#endif
#endif

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Ben Hanson
Software Developer (Senior)
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I started programming in 1983 using Sinclair BASIC, then moving on to Z80 machine code and assembler. In 1988 I programmed 68000 assembler on the ATARI ST and it was 1990 when I started my degree in Computing Systems where I learnt Pascal, C and C++ as well as various academic programming languages (ML, LISP etc.)
 
I have been developing commercial software for Windows using C++ for 15 years.

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