Re: Inheritance and MFC

"Tom Serface" <>
Tue, 3 Jul 2007 21:53:32 -0700
Hi Nobody,

To create a control, like a grid control, you'll likely want to start with
something similar that is already derived from a CWnd and has some of the
properties you want to use. Perhaps something like this:


"Nobody" <> wrote in message
Hi Tom,

You didn't post any of the code from your grid object,

I posted what was relevant.

if it is a control or displays anything I'll be it is already derived from
or contains a CWnd at some point.

It does not.

Is this an object you created...


I guess that is what I am doing.
I am trying to create a control.
It is a control, but does not contain any controls.
I am trying to add controls to my control. i.e. Scrollbars

I noticed that the more I use the grid object, the more I have to keep
adding scroll bars for pan, zoom, etc.
So, my idea was to make a CWnd GridSB Class that implements Scrollbars.
That class inherits from the Grid CObject class.
Then, I can leave the scroll bars inside of the CGrid Object, instead of
Creating scroll bars each time.

This is basically what I have.

CGrid : public CObject
   //Bunch of stuff

CGridSB: public CGrid, public CWnd
    CScrollbar sb;
    SetScreenRect(){ PositionScrollbars(); }

    CGridSB sb;

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