Re: 'SendMessage' is not a member of CEdit, See declaration of 'CEdit'
error C2039: 'SendMessage' : is not a member of 'CEdit'
see declaration of 'CEdit'
to shed some more light on the issue:
CEdit is derived with pubilc access rights from CWnd, which defines the
member function, SendMessage.
I have defined a cutstom class (CCustomClass1) deriving from one of the
childs of childs of CControlBar. One of its members being an object of
CEdit (m_wndChild). Now in the other custom member functions of
CCustomClass1, i use m_wndChild.SendMessage.
And this is where i get this error message.
It's not a member of CEdit but it is a member of it's base class CWnd.
thats right ... But ist the criteria that its a member of CWnd(its base
class) enough to use this function in my program?
"PSN" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Can any one tell me what makes my compiler think that. Its making me
crazy !! I am using VC++ 6.0.
As Ajay says, SendMessage() is a macro. The fact that the compiler
complains about SendMessage() and not SendMessageA() or SendMessageW()
suggests that you have not included winuser.h. Don't you have an
stdafx.h for this project?
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