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Hiding and showing controls (CEdit, CCombo etc)

This has to be a simple answer, (pach)

I need to hide and show all types of controls within a dialog or form.

Thanks
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The_Brain
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The_Brain
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MirkwoodCommented:
Sure like this
->ShowWindow(SW_HIDE)
->ShowWindow(SW_SHOW)
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The_BrainAuthor Commented:
Thank you VERY much, (i thought it would look like that, (I just couldn't find an example.)

Mirkwood do you have ICQ, I Think I have your number, I will have to check When I get home.  Thanks for the QUICK :^) answer.
increased to 35 for speed. :)
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Meir RivkinFull stack Software EngineerCommented:
the Brian....

what if u have a 20 buttons on a dilaogBox?

do u want to write 20 times the code
((CButton*)GetDlgItem(ID_CONTROL))->ShowWindow(SW_HIDE) ????
for each one of the controls (buttons in this case) u need this line ....

what u should do is use GetNextDlgTabItem, with a simple loop u can retrieve all controls in ones dialogBox and hide/show/disable/enable/resize etc.

got it ????
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