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Posted on 1998-10-09
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How do I grab the signal hit when the user clicks on the close button (the X in the upper right hand corner)?

I've got a function that's called when the ID_APP_EXIT message is sent but this isn't being hit when the close button is clicked, as I'd expected. And for some reason I can't find it in the MFC Devstudion 5.0 documentation.
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umarama earned 100 total points
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In Mainframe ....
Add the following handler

ON_WM_SYSCOMMAND()

afx_msg void CMainFrame::OnSysCommand( UINT nID, LPARAM lParam )
{

   if (nID == SC_CLOSE)
   {
      // Do your processing
   }
}
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by:thresher_shark
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Is there any particular reason you accepted my answer and then posted another question that asked the exact same thing winkle?  If you needed help, I think I could have provided it :-)
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by:umarama
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To thresher_shark

Me think, we both answered winkle's question at the same time !!
He liked your answer and accepted it. Winkle is probabily not aware of this answer !
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