I have CListCtrl and updating this control with love data using OnTimer(). But i want to select some rows and do furthur actions. But when i select the row, the selected color appears,but moment it updating using OnTimer(), the selected row color become normal. How can i keep the selection row visible always?
(and so on...) in your test.cpp source file.
An altrernative, available only with C++ 17 compliant compilers is to declare such variables inline inside the header file (see, for instance INLINE VARIABLES[^]).
Well I have over 50 classes there. All of them have base class the same.
Those functions (about 20 functions) are needed only for my one 5 level class (Class A5 : public A4) and two 6 level child classes ( Class A61 : public A5 and Class A62 : public A5).
Reason because I want to make one handler class which will use A5 class virtual functions and will handle A61 and A62.
Processors or CPUs mean the same thing. They are the hardware devices (or parts of a chip) that execute the instructions in a program. Processes or Threads, are activities that can run inside a processor. A thread is simply a discrete set of instructions that are executed by the CPU. Some applications run quite happily with a single thread. Others require multiple threads in order to perform different parts of the program in parallel. However, using multiple threads is not always the most efficient way to run an application, since a single CPU (or 'core' in a modern chip) can only run one thread at a time. So if you have a four-core chip you can run four threads in parallel with reasonable efficiency. With a single core it would probably not be very efficient owing to operating system overhead to manage switching between threads. Unless you really need threads, and fully understand the concept and practicalities of them, they are best avoided.