DEFPUSHBUTTONs

Hello experts,

I have a number of pushbuttons that I want to (eventually) respond to the same function, but I want to somehow signal the function to recognize which button was pushed.

Is there a way I could do this (through manipulating the message map or some other ingenious way?) (I do not want to make each button respond to a separate function and have them called the desired function since I have a large amount of buttons.)

Thanks,
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LarryKingCommented:
Yes,MFC provide ways to map a range of messages to a single message handler function.
ON_COMMANDE_RANGE,ON_CONTROL_RANGE,ON_NOTIFY_RANGE....

You may need ON_CONTROL_RANGE HERE

Ensure that your controls' ID is continous.
Add the following message entry to the message map.

ON_CONTROL_RANGE(BN_CLICKED, IDC_BUTTON1, IDC_BUTTON10,OnButtonClicked)

The handler function goes like this, here nID is the control ID of the button.
void CMyDialog::OnButtonClicked( UINT nID )
{
    int nButton = nID - IDC_BUTTON1;
    ASSERT( nButton >= 0 && nButton < 10 );
    // ...
}


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n_fortynineAuthor Commented:
It's working. Thanx, I really appreciate your help Larry.
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