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Bram van Kampen9-Mar-16 15:49
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Well,
This is Familiar, in particular with the multi threaded question you asked earlier.

MFC cannot realy handle multiple threads. No one seems to know why, I have asked the question before.

At any rate, the only way MFC objects can communicate between threads is with the Old Fashioned WDK Kernel Function ::SendMessage(hWnd, Param1,Param2);
In MFC you create your Message as WM_USER+(X), Create a Message Handler, and, manually add it to the message map.

Any attempt to call an MFC Object from a different thread than in which it was created always ultimately lead to failure.
The Symptoms are: Works, Add a Virtual Function: It stops Working

Hope this helps
Bram van Kampen


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