Iam working buttons in dialog.
i have a problem.i have created a button with caption "&Total"
while executing, pressing T could not fire OnBnClicked() function instead it fires OnKeyUp() function.
however if i set "o" as shortcut, it fires OnBnClicked() function directly.
can anyone please explain why and how this is happening..
Could you please advice me what actually is the VM Size or Private bytes ? Does it exactly includes the code part of the executable ? for eg: If the binary size increase by 1 MB does it means that corresponding increase of 1 MB will be there in Private bytes of that process ? Or Private bytes is only the allocated data area of the process(allocated either by the process itself or through the loaded DLLs)?
I think alot of people are going to find this question EXTREMELY confusing. You should elaborate a little.
Tell us what you are referring to with the term "private bytes". Is this object an uncompiled text file? Is this a loaded executable? What version compiler and language and operating system are you using? What dependencies do you have? Most important, why do you need this information? (This will supply us with a context.)
And, of course, what the heck are "public bytes"? (Is this a scope problem?)
...or, maybe, just google it...
thank you for your answer.
I try same solution as you send me, but I have another problem:
MyOwner and MyClient classes are in their separate header files ( MyOwner.h and MyClient.h). If I try use this solutin, I got many errors from compiler.
I think that problem may be in incorrect includes of header files.