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I'm a beginner in VC++/MFC and reading a sample of Microsoft : DLGTEMP
The DLGTEMPL sample shows how to create a dialog template dynamically
and use the template with CDialog::InitModalIndirect. The sample displays a
dialog box for selecting the height, width, and other attributes of a button,
static text, and multiline edit control, then displays the resulting dialog box
using templates in memory.
Why they had to use TRY; CATCH,... in CMyDialogTemplate::DemoIt() ?
Can I creat the second dialog by Resource editor with less code line, and
in this situation, of course I do not use TRY, CATCH?
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TRY and CATCH are standard MFC macros for Exception handling. Its always advisable to use these macros if you the process with in TRY block can generate any kind of exception which can generate crash. You can take of the exception in the CATCH block and have a nice exit from the routine instead of crashing the programme.
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