how then does one determine when a windows object is fully instantiated?
If you create a window yourself, then the returned HWND from the create API
is (obviously) valid.
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From the window proc's point of view, the effective lifetime of the window is from
WM_CREATE/WM_INITDIALOG to WM_NCDESTROY.
As far as documentation, you can kind of follow it from CreateWindow...
"Before returning, CreateWindow sends a WM_CREATE message to the window procedure."
"The window procedure of the new window receives this message after the window is created,
but before the window becomes visible."
"It is sent to the window procedure of the window being destroyed after the window is removed
from the screen."
"During the processing of the message, it can be assumed that all child windows still exist."
"The WM_NCDESTROY message is sent after the child windows have been destroyed. In contrast,
WM_DESTROY is sent before the child windows are destroyed."
I made my own browser by using CHtmlView,
and I would like to add some functions which are.....
1) I want to active focus to link which is the very first tab in red color.
2) if i press down Key which is in my keyboard, i would like to move
the active focus to next other link or check box ... etc. (similar to pressing Tab Key)
3) if i press up Key which is in my keyboard, i would like to move
the active focus to back to previous link or check box ...etc.
4) if i press right Key the current active focus link goes to it's other site.
to do these I reviewed the IHTML Interfaces...but couldn't found it.
so I would like to know the IHTML Interface and the method which will do the job
what i want...and I also want to know how could I call the IHTML Interface.
I am using a class derived from clistctrl. I am using the CreateDragImage function to create the image shown when dragging. My understanding is that this should create an image of both the icon displayed as well as the text for the particular item I am dragging, however all I am getting is the icon with no text. I am sure this has something to do with the fact that this is a derived class, but does anyone know any other workarounds for getting the text to display in the drag image?
I'm making use of an ODBC class written by Carlos Antollini called 'A set of ODBC Classes'. The problem is that in my one function I create an instance of the class and connect to a database. Then I dissconnect. Then later on I start another funtion to perform some transactions of the database, but the I receive an error stating: Exception Message: External exception C0000008. I think it has something to do with the allocation of the environment handle. Because if I remove the first function call it works. But the later on, on a next call it fails again. It fails on this call:
ret = SQLDriverConnect(m_hDbc,
Can one assign more than one environment handle when creating more than one instance of the class???
Can anyone please help me.
Many thanks in advance
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The only programmers that are better that C programmers are those who code in 1's and 0's
I created a thread using CreateThread,that I can get the ID of the thread.
I want to terminate the thread now.
I know I can use terminatethread to end it.
But it says that using that way is not a good method.
And I try to use PostThreadMessage(threadID,WM_QUIT,0,0),but the thread would not end!
Someone would like to tell me how to end the thread except using terminatethread?(And I did not use CWinThread).Thanks.
Use the technique described in Newcomer's article: wait for some handles to synchronization objects with a call to ::WaitForMultipleObjects() where one of them (preferably the first one for priority reasons) is signaled when the thread should terminate.
After you have set this event you should wait on the thread handle with ::WaitForSingleObject() to know when the thread has finished completely to be able to clean up the trhead object and other resources you have claimed for the thread.
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This won't work in my situation since I'm not actually reading a file but a pipe. I'm diverting the putput of a console, so the bytes being read could either be ascii or unicode, but I have yet to find an easy way to determine which.
I have a owner-draw dialog,I change its default color to blue.But when the dialog was minimized,there would be a thin rectange left on the screen.
Someone would like to tell me why and how to resolve it?