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Since you are "porting C code to C++", why don't you replace malloc/free with the new/delete?
Just use C++ allocation operators/methods and you won't need every time cast the returned pointer to the correct type.
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I streamed in text into a rich edit control To make it align I set SetDefaultCharFormat to Courier New the ES_READONLY flag is not in resource definition file for this control is there an way to modify the text
I stream in the program TEXT from the Z/OS Assembler SYSADATA I then did SEL(0,-1) and changes it to RTF Courier New before displaying it, I would like to enter text
for example here is a line "_ 204 00004A LA R4,QDINIT " Where the Hyhpen is I would like to let the user enter a letter "B' but the entire text is protected
I have been doing research and it seems with the setevnetmask with a notification for a change I would get an en_chnage message and the doc says it I return 0 another message gets sent I am wondering if I
process this message would be able get to set the text modify (for example the B) it. Don't know if I am on the right track with this. All I really want to do is let the user enter text in this now RTF
richedit this should be possible after all Word is an RTF editor and you can modify the text even if its Rich Text (formatted with fonts)
thanks that's all I was looking for from the way you see it I should be able to modify the text, I did a SetWindowText to the Richedit e.g. this is a test message and was able to type in it the rich edit control
thanks for your help if from the way you see it I should be able to modify the text Ill research the problem
Note the 3 limitations
1.) assumes the first row contains header names
2.) assumes the next rows contain values in the same columns as where the header names are supplied
3.) only values are processed, anything else is ignored (formulas, layout, graphics, charts, ...)
CSV has easily become the more normal interchange and as its as simple as "save as" in excel it's rare anyone bothers with raw excel file anymore. They can do all there fancy graphs etc in excel itself and just export the data
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