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how can I take an information from an static variable?
I have an edit box that it has a text in itself and I wanna use this text and have it in another variable for example in an string form, so what should I do to solve my proplem?
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Updated 19-Oct-11 7:23am
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 19-Oct-11 13:23pm
   
Not clear. Sounds like not that you misunderstand "static variable" but just "variable". What is "take information from... variable"? Variable already has it "taken"... :-)
If you realize yourself what's your real problem you click use "Improve question" above and write about it. :-)
--SA
Mehdi Gholam 19-Oct-11 13:24pm
   
EDIT -> removed extra formating
Mehdi Gholam 19-Oct-11 13:36pm
   
Sorry c++ is not my forte!

1 solution

Assuming we are talking about a MFC edit box CEdit[^] and you have a variable connected to the resource.

You can use the GetWindowText[^] function.
C++
CString editBoxString;

editBoxControl.GetWindowText(editBoxString);
   
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Richard MacCutchan 19-Oct-11 17:43pm
   
I think you hit the nail on the head.
André Kraak 19-Oct-11 17:48pm
   
Thank you, the question was not much to go on.
sarah.wilson 20-Oct-11 3:37am
   
tnx all to help. :-)
sarah.wilson 20-Oct-11 4:56am
   
have you ever seen the link:(http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cpp/DHTMLEditor.aspx)
it has a txt control named(CStaticmCtrl_StaticEditor;).
I wanna read this txt and save it in a string variable to use it.
what should I do know?

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