How can I access controls of one class from another class.
Your question should probably be something like, "How can I access controls on one dialog from a separate dialog?" While it is not a good idea to do so directly (see "loose coupling"), a better way would be to send a message to the parent (the one that owns the control) dialog.
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I have created a simple dialog application where it can perform crud operations but how I did it was I open a connection an do some operations inside most of the buttons as I'm still starting out as a beginner(noob).
What will be a good approach to separate all the database related operations in another class? or keeping as it is, is it a good practice?
Since you're asking the question, you probably already know the answer.
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we want to decrease right of non client area in edit control and draw edge in that but wparam in nccalcsize return 1 only not 0 and lparam no give us rgrc0 or rgrc1 value to change it , if somebody try this please tell me its way and show the pictures to do like this
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