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Canvas, or Windows Device Context
 
To paint, draw or print in a window you need a device context, DC for short. A DC is a resource that you borrow from Windows and you're supposed to return it immediately after you're done. That's where the Canvas object comes.
Added: 05/02/2000, Hits: 872, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Dialog Box
 
Dialog box is for a Windows program what a function call is for a C program.
Added: 05/02/2000, Hits: 744, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Drawing with Pens and Painting with Brushes
 
Like a painter, you will need pens and brushes to create artwork on your canvas. When you call Canvas::Line or Canvas::Rectangle, Windows uses the currently attached pen to draw the lines and the currently attached brush to fill the insides of the shapes.
Added: 05/02/2000, Hits: 647, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Rationalizing OLE
 
OLE in C++ - Building smart OLE on top of, you know, the other OLE.
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The Generic Windows Program
 
This is a Win32 program-- it will run under Windows 95 and Windows NT.
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The Simplest Windows Program
 
Before you can even begin thinking about programming in Windows, you have to be able to understand how this simple program works. Remember to compile this and other Windows programs with the STRICT compilation flag defined!
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Using Threads
 
Reliable software Win32 Tutorial: Threads
Added: 05/02/2000, Hits: 737, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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What's Wrong with OLE
 
You might have heard or read critical opinions about OLE. Programmers mostly complain about the complex system of reference counting and the lack of support for inheritance.
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Window Controls for Windows
 
Controls can be added to the main Window or to any dialog box in your program. Controls are best picked and positioned using a graphical resource editor. Such an editor will also let you pick names or symbolic id's for your controls. You will then use these id's to identify the controls in your program.
Added: 05/02/2000, Hits: 631, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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