While OnClose() does get called when dismissing the dialog using the X or Alt+F4, it will not get called when dismissing the dialog using Esc or clicking the Cancel button (if one is present). This may not be an issue for your specific dialog, however.
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void MyDlg :: OnEnchangeEdit()
//could you give some some direction on how to get the text entered in the edit control// Should I use the control value variable of the edit control to save the input// I am confused here, I would like some direction. Thanks
temp = m_editvariable;
Function(1st parameter, temp) // this function will check the text entered in the edit control, with the default value and display appropriate message
Use 3 radio buttons; default select the first option (1L).
Or leave it "empty" (tri-state) and warn if no selection made.
Standard stuff that everyone recognizes.
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I'm trying to validate user input entered in Edit control. When it is empty or user enter invalid input or enter input that is not in the database to display some message saying "invalid input" right under the edit control box as a text.
What will be the best way to do this. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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