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Rich Edit Control Steaming

Posted on 1997-12-10
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I would like to know how to stream the data that is there in the Rich Edit Control . Please Help.
I am using the CRichEditView class as a base class for the application's view
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Question by:Vijendra
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Use the GetRichEditCtrl() member function of the view to access the list control. Use the control's StreamIn and StreamOut functions and make a callback.

It could look something like this...

DWORD CALLBACK EditStreamCallback_Read(DWORD dwCookie,
    LPBYTE pbBuff, LONG cb, LONG FAR *pcb)
{
    CFile * pfile = (CFile *)dwCookie;

      pfile->Read(pbBuff, cb);
      *pcb = cb;

    return 0;
}

void CTheView::SaveToFile(CFile & file)
{
      EDITSTREAM es =
      {
            (DWORD)&file,
            0,
            EditStreamCallback_Read            
      };    

      GetRichEditCtrl().StreamOut(SF_RTF, &es)
}
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