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I want to create my own control based on CWnd, how do I send a notification message to the parent that contains my own data structure, lets say an int, and how do I intercept it in the parent window, like the On<....> messages from MFC controls?
Thanks a lot :)
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Use ON_MESSAGE()and user defined message
pass pointer to your structure as one of parameters (WPARAM for exemple)
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Hey thanks.
The easiest things are hard to find in MFC ;)
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