The MFC Rebar Example

MFC Rebar Control – Enable Floating Toolbar

Our example is a Single Document Interface (SDI) application, which shows six toolbar buttons in two ToolBars. These two ToolBars are hosted by the Rebar Control. Placing the ToolBar on the Rebar allows the user to move the toolbar over the Rebar Control using the Gripper. Using the grippers, we can also place a toolbar in separate rows. Let us start building this example.

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Win32 CreateFile Example

File Processing using CreateFile, ReadFile and WriteFile Win32 APIs

In this article, we will look at the example of using the CreateFile, ReadFile, WriteFile and OpenFile win32 API functions with an MFC Dialog based application. Win32 is a very rich API that supplies many functions and MFC is a Framework wrapped over those functions to form a logical working unit. Win32 API library is in a native format that means it is in C style (Procedural Approach) whereas MFC is an OOPS based Framework API. OK, let us start with the sample.

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MFC Round Window Using CRgn

MFC CRgn Example – An Elliptical Dialog

CRgn is an MFC Class, which is useful to define regions. Using this one can define the outline of a telephone, DVD, Disc, etc. Once a region is ready, we can assign that to any MFC Window. This way one can display a telephone outline dial-in number pad as a window. In this example, we will create an elliptical MFC Login Dialog using CRgn and Region Path.

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