About this Course
This course is intended for serious computer hobbyists, IT students, and IT professionals. You need Windows and Visual C++ installed.
The free online textbook for this course is Visual C++ 6 Unleashed . Read the Introduction to the book.
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Lesson 5. Creating and Using Dialog Boxes
Dialog boxes remain the prime mechanism for detailed data exchange between the application and user.
The MFC libraries provide extensive support for template-based dialog boxes through the CDialog base class.
ClassWizard is an excellent tool for creating dialog box classes and automating the transfer between a dialog box's controls and mapped member variables during dialog box data exchange.
You can only do so much with ClassWizard, however, and often you'll need to get down to the code to gain the full benefits of the dialog box exchange and support mechanisms.
This lesson focuses on some of these advanced techniques to help you exploit the dialog box to its full potential.
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