Check value of Radiobutton

Radiobuttons in MFC are a mess. It is nevertheless possible to get its values with the following instructions. If one wants to have a group of radiobuttons the most important principle is to add them one ofter the other so that they have a ascending Resource number...

Set Radio Button at runtime

The following code sets the value of a radio button to checked: CButton *pButton = reinterpret_cast(GetDlgItem(IDC_RADIO1)); pButton->SetCheck(1); // Button is “checked”

changing of the mouse cursor

The following code sets the mouse cursor to the waiting state and back to its default before: HCURSOR hCursorWait; HCURSOR hCursorDefault; hCursorWait = LoadCursor(NULL,IDC_WAIT); hCursorDefault = ::SetCursor(hCursorWait); ::SetCursor(hCursorDefault);

Open, Save and Read Bitmaps

The task to read a bitmap into a data array, show this bitmap and save an array or dc to a file sound like a simple task but is rather difficult in reality if one uses MFC. Maybe I am totaly wrong when stating this, but that is my result of one week searching for...

Show Dialog on Second Screen

The following Code maximises a dialog on the second screen. The code is available for download: (43,9 KiB) void DlgSecondScreen::ResizeDialog(const CRect newRect) { // Resize Dialog SetWindowPos(&CWnd::wndTop, newRect.left,...