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how to open a client window for bitmap ?

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My intention is to open a new window without any menu for displaying a bitmap picture, which i want to create with the CPaintDC->setPixel command. My image data ist stored on heap. What is the best way to do this ?
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by:Vinayak Kumbar
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Hi,

Do like this.
1. Using classwizard create a new class say CMyWnd derived from CWnd.
2. say u want to pop up this window in xxxx.cpp, then go to xxxx.h and add the #include "MyWnd.h" to it.
3. Then add the public variable as
CMyWnd *pWnd;
4. In the xxxx.cpp file constructor do
pWnd = NULL;
5. Then whenever U want to pop it up do

CRect rect(10,10,200,200);
pWnd = new CMyWnd;
pWnd->Create(NULL, "MTV", WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE | WS_CAPTION | WS_SYSMENU, rect, this, 4545, NULL);
pWnd->ShowWindow(SW_SHOW);

6. U can map the WM messages to the CMyWnd class like WM_PAINT and handle them.

Try it out.
VinExpert
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by:alexott
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answer does not tell me anything about bitmaps and how to pu them into a new window
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by:alexott
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answer does noct tell me anything about how to put pixels into the new window
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by:Vinayak Kumbar
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Hi,

U know it already, U have to use SetPixel to do that. May be in a seperate thread.

Try it out.
VinExpert

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Vinayak Kumbar earned 75 total points
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Hi,

U know it already, U have to use SetPixel to do that. May be in a seperate thread.

Try it out.
VinExpert

NOTE : copy this comment 3 times :)
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by:Oliv
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Depends on the size of your bitmap but for me, SetPixel is sure not the best way to draw your bitmap : should rather use ::PaintDIB or something like that.
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