Well, you need to rethink your design. You should collect all the information related to the drawing as a result of user interaction, file processing etc. You then call InvalidateRect to tell Windows that your data has changed, and your window/client needs to be repainted. Then in the control you call your paint function in response to receiving a WM_PAINT message. It is at that point that you draw your lines, shapes, text etc.
Well, the first step is to create a query ( the easiest way would be to create it and test in the MS Access).
The second step - create the recordset that supports update and insert operations. See MSDN article [^] for details.
I am stumped again.
I have this macro which expect the parameter registerSAM to be a symbol , for example PIO_ODSR.
I like to pass such symbol to a function and just have no idea how to convert char* to such symbol.
The compiler is not much of a help, just flags an error.
My application don't want to create any entry in registry. If I comment SetRegistryKey(_T("Local AppWizard-Generated Applications")) then application throw an Assert failure. How to overcome from this problem.
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