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VC++6 Dialog Box problem

Posted on 2000-03-03
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Umm, i created a Dialog based application, however, the main dialog box closes by itself whenever i press ESC or ENTER, is there any way to stop that?!
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scooter1 earned 25 total points
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Handle the OK and Cancel buttons with a blank:

void CStopDlg::OnOK()
{
}

void CStopDlg::OnCancel()
{
}

This will not allow the dialog to be closed so you can create another button for that and pass CDialog::OnOK() or change the name of OK or Cancel and pass CDialog::OnOK()

Any questions let me know.


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by:narcotic030200
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Yes i found that out about 5 minutes after i posted the message, but i didn't know how to delete the question, thanks anyways...
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by:scooter1
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Oh well I owe you one then. :o)
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:) no prob
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