I have a CListCtrl as part of an MFC CDialog. When the user double clicks on a row, another CDialog is spawned, through which the user can modify the record that corresponds to that CListCtrl row.
When the user clicks on the spawned dialog's OK button, confirming his changes, I'd like the CListCtrl rows details to be updated accordingly. I could easily write a function as part of the parent dialog that updates the selected row. If I could somehow call this function from it's child (spawned) window with the correct arguments, I could have this happen.
The spawned dialog is instantiated in this fashion:
I guess that since I supply the object's constructor with a pointer to its parent, I should be able to call public parent functions. How can I obtain a pointer to the parent object within the spawn dialog so this can be done?