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Hi. I want to send messages to one or more view classes from either CMainFrame or the doc class. I would like to know, How do you get access to the handles of one or more view classes from inside the doc class and/or CMainFrame? Thanks, Kuphryn

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tried looking at member functions? you''re back to asking rtfm-type questions.

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Okay. This is another case of, "I dont know it, but I want to reply to get attention."

Kuphryn

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...Why go out of your way to not be helpful... it''s easier to just provide a link... I mean this place is here to help people, right?

For some info on how to do this you might want to take a look here: http://www.codeproject.com/docview/



Dave "Dak Lozar" Loeser

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become enlightened

edit: in case you don't get the hint, pay special attention to the third paragraph.

[edited by - niyaw on December 7, 2002 7:22:21 PM]

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quote:
Original post by Dak Lozar
...Why go out of your way to not be helpful... it''s easier to just provide a link... I mean this place is here to help people, right?


being able to find information is a crucial skill for any programmer. i''ve already answered a few of kuphryn''s rtfm questions in the past, even showed him how i got the answers. still, he resists the push to make some effort and search for information himself.

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There''s another saying, "STFUA." You should definitely look it up.

Don''t tell me what to read either. This is not school.

Kuphryn

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You are playing with fire. There are essential two outcomes. One is you walk away safe. Another outcome is you get burn.

There is a reason why some people are born to be teachers and others who know the subjects, but cannot teach anything.

You "try" to be one.

Anyways, stober and Andreas Masur posted key solutions at CodeGuru.

http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?s=a4e23363807143d8d9e715708b902126&threadid=221865

Kuphryn

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niyaw, sorry man... I did not know that the two of you have a history... and judging from his latest response I stuck my nose someplace that it shouldn''t be

Anyway, I agree with you - research is 90% of what I do... think slow and type fast is the way of this programmer.




Dave "Dak Lozar" Loeser

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You two are a pair of arrogant pricks. If you''re not helpful, then do not reply. Simple.

Kuphryn

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you see, i''m trying to be helpful, and you''re missing it.

plus, throwing out unjustified insults and profanity doesn''t really paint a good picture of yourself.

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No. Being helpful does not justify arrogant comments. Furthermore, you "tried" to be "helpful." Straightout, you were not even close to being "helpful." Your solution was worthless.

Do you want to be "helpful?" Here is my "help." Please do not reply to my threads in the future.

Kuphryn

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