I'm in that situation. I've created a View, I've two button controls. If I say 'ok' I want to create another View, if I say 'cancel' I want to create another View, not always the previous one. I've thinked to get the mainframe pointer and switch from views using it, but I've not found the command to get it. The best is to create view directly from the other view. Can I have the simplest way to do that ?
Ownerdraw of the grid button. A singleton class implentation and usage.
Continuing from the fifth article about sudoku.
Open the project in visual studio.
Go to the class view – CGridButton should be visible as a class. R…
Dialogs (2) modeless dialog and a worker thread. Handling data shared between threads. Recursive functions.
Continuing from the tenth article about sudoku.
Last article we worked with a modal dialog to help maintain informat…
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