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Customized Visual Studio .NET package: your fully integrated document window inside the IDE

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Create a fully integrated document window inside the Visual Studio IDE.
#pragma once

class CGraphicObject
	CGraphicObject(void)  {; };
	virtual ~CGraphicObject(void){};
	virtual void Init( int iX, int iY, int iCX, int iCY )
					m_rcBound.left = iX; = iY;
					m_rcBound.right = iX+iCX;
					m_rcBound.bottom = iY+iCY;
	virtual void Draw( HDC hDC ) = 0;
	virtual BOOL UserAction( UINT uMsg, LPVOID pParams ) = 0; //the method returns TRUE if view update is required
	RECT GetBoundRect() const { return m_rcBound; };
	RECT m_rcBound;

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Michael Sheinin
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For the last 7 years I have developed software in real-time/embedded and MS-Windows environments for military and civil markets. I hold B.Sc. degree in computer engineering. Living in Ontario, Canada, I like hiking and traveling in general. Currently, I'm looking for employment opportunity inside the GTA.

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