I'm a beginner.I'm working MFC and use Static Control to show texts.But the frame of Static is too small, the texts are so much to show in the frame .
Have everybody anyway to show all texts without change the frame size and Font size ? . I uesed Vertical Scroll Bar but I don't know how to do it.
Please Help me ! thanks
The first , I tried with Edit Box , but I want to use Font, colour and Font size . Because i 'm a beginner so I don't known to change Font , colour and Font size in Edit box .
If you know how to , Please show to me ! thanks
How dO I decide waht is the timer identifier(the first parameter) number in SetTimer function?
It should be a nonzero number, but is there any condition that determines this number?
or can i give any number from 1 to anything?
It can be anything you want. Typically, you would define or declare a constant symbol for it somewhere. This is your nIDEvent that you use during OnTimer events to figure out which timer is going off and when you KillTimer().
I need to be able to read & write to a PCI Digital Input/Output card, and i'm going to be using VC++ 6.0/MFC on a WinXP machine to accomplish this. If I am correct, I believe Windows will not allow direct communication to an I/O port...The manual that came with the card (no software drivers) had some programming examples in which 'outportb' & 'inportb' function calls were used to write and read data respectively...but unfortunately these functions are not recognized by vc++.
Could someone tell me if I am missing any library files that I need to include?
In any current version of windows (2K,XP,...) this is a statement that is not allowed by the operating system. There are two ways around this either write a device driver or use one of the open port device drivers that are available on the net. Sorry, I can not think of a link right now.
The only problem I remember is that the documentation was not clear regarding data size. I think that it does 8-bit inputs and outputs, so if you want to read a 16-bit value, you have to read from an odd port and from an even port, shift one byte by 8, and add, etc. And if you want to write a 16-bit value, you have to split it to two 8-bit outport32 calls.
For example, if you want to read a 16-bit status from port 0x302:
I have inherited some C++ code compiled under VS 2005. I would like to generate a list of the external dependencies now that the dev environment no longer lists them. Are there any tools/ addins that can do this? Thanks.
I would like to plot a basic collection of data into a 2d line graph.
I am writing the rest of my program in Visual C++.NET as an MFC app so I would like to stick with a solution that will utilize this.
I would like to make something simple like this (only add labels for each axis): Click for Picture
anyone have any ideas???
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