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Show mouse position on SDI status bar

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I'm making a SDI app. When I move my mouse, I want my mouse's position showed on my status bar. I can get my mouse's position into a string but I don't know how to update my status bar. How can I do that?
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m_statusBar.SetPaneText(2, "hello", true);
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wow, that was exactly what i'm talking about :) thanks
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