I have query regarding Dates/Time field in MS Access.In MS Access Database I am using one of the field is Date/Time.I am using "General Date" .(i.e)6/27/01 6:59:00 .I am using SQL Query to get all the Records within two date ranges.The query looks like this
SELECT * FROM <tablename> WHERE <datefield> BETWEEN <date1> And <date2>
I am getting all the records inclusive of lower bound but exclusive of the upper bound date.
What may be the problem.Have I to modify the query ?
Hi everyone! This is my first foray into 'The Code Project'.
I learned windows programming through MFC and I'm just now going back and trying to relearn it without MFC (so that presumably when I return to using it I will have a much higher appreciation.) Anyway, I have a simple problem and I would be grateful for help with it.
I made the default MSVC 6.0 SDK 'Hello World' project. Then I put some controls on it using CreateWindow("EDIT"...) and "STATIC" and "BUTTON". Now I want a window that simply sends a message to the parent giving client x,y coordinates when it is clicked on. The way I used to do this was just to capture the clicks in the main window and do the calculations to see whether the click was in any of the child windows. I tried subclassing (I just learned what subclassing is) a "STATIC" window to handle the WM_LBUTTONDOWN, but it acts like it's not even there . I know the subclassing worked though because it handles WM_PAINT fine.
I saw that option while I was poking around (though it doesn't help that SS_NOTIFY isn't in the MSDN help index ) and I dismissed it after looking at the scant offerings of STN_* (I think they were 'click' 'dblclick' 'enable' and 'disable' or something) since I needed more information (like *where* they clicked and which button) which is why I decided to learn about subclassing.
Anyway, I tried the SS_NOTIFY style just for the hell of it, and lo and behold all of the subclassing stuff I was trying to do started working! I guess the subclassing doesn't work unless you have SS_NOTIFY on, though I can't find that in the help anywhere.
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CArray <CTAMControlCenterApp::STRCTPaquetRelDocReceptor,CTAMControlCenterApp::STRCTPaquetRelDocReceptor&> *CTAMControlCenterApp::GetArrayPaquetRelDocReceptors()
I remember that without the #include <afxtempl.h> inside the stdafx.h it didn't work...
This is the same but in the reverse order, I expect it helps you...
I'm a novice speaking english, I'm sure you will have noticed it... I beg your pardon...
I have trouble refreshing one static text after having set it to WM_VISIBLE off
if I minimize & maximise again the static is gone but how can I send order to refresh
the static text directly.
I tried already invalidatrect drawwindows() and some other solutions, nothing work.
I suppose that I should invalidat the Cstatic object (in fact the excellent CLabel class
derived from CStatic) then send a WM_PAINT to the main but I don't know how to exactly
do this following the rules to get clean code. (I'm newbies at MFC)