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MFC: ON_COMMAND

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I''m fairly new to MFC and I was wondering what class has ON_COMMAND as a message. I tried it on my CWinApp and CFrameWnd classes but it didn''t work. I need this for menus and push-buttons. Any help will be appreciated. "Solutions are not the answer." - Richard Nixon

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CWnd allows you to override OnCommand() and since CFrameWnd is a child of CWnd it too should allow you to override OnCommand().


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What exactly are you trying to do? If you need to map a command to a function in MFC, then add an event handler to it in the appropriate class (if you''re using MS VS.NET just right click on the interface object and Add Event Handler)

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