Re: how to use CMFCListCtrl
You are correct. There is not a CMFCListView. You could create your own
view with an embedded list control or you could just use a CFormView with a
CMFCListCtrl taking up the whole real estate of the dialog. I think using a
CFormView would be a lot easier. You could just resize the list control at
run time to fill the whole view if you wanted.
"Nick Schultz" <NickSchultz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
I have to use a CListView right? CListView::GetListCtrl returns a
to a CListCtrl... I don't believe there is a CMFCListView that returns a
reference to a CMFCListCntrl. Am I going to have to create my own class
inherits from CCtrlView that will use CMFCListCtrl?
"Tom Serface" wrote:
You would use a CMFCListCtrl instead of a CListCtrl. This demo that you
download has that control in it. Maybe that would help you get started:
"Nick Schultz" <Nick Schultz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
First off, I am new to programming for MFC, let alone Windows. I'm a
in college in CS, and have a decent grasp on programming concepts. So
bear with me if I make any crazy assumptions :)
I am trying to make an application that essentially lists messages that
streamed into the system. So I am wanting the main view to be a
however I also want some of the added functionality of the new MFC
pack's CMFCListCtrl, however I'm not sure how to use it and cannot find
tutorials or examples that use it. My app's main view is a CListView,
that seems to only give you access to a CListCtrl. So I guess, my
is how do I use CMFCListCtrl with a CListCtrl?
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