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C++ source demostrating the use of borlands custom controls in your windows applications.
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C++ source demostrating the use of borlands custom controls in your windows applications.
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Contents of the OWLBWCC.DOC file



OWLBWCC.DOC

Owlbwcc.zip is a group of 18 examples of
using Borland Windows Custom controls in dialog boxes
with Borland C++ 3.0 and ObjectWindows.
These examples use dialog boxes instead of windows.
The Project files assume that the user has installed BC++ 3.0
on Drive C and used the default directories. If BC has been
installed somewhere else or under a different name, the options
directories will have to be modified in the .prj for each example
in order to get a good compile, build all.
Also included is an OWLBWCC.GRP file. To use it, copy it to the
Windows directory and activate it by choosing New Project from
the file menu under windows and give it the OWLBWCC.GRP group name.
If the examples are unzipped in a different directory then
C:\borlandc\owl\examples\owlbwcc
then the properties of each item in the .GRP will have to be
changed to reflect the new directory.

Brief description of the examples follow.

BWCCDLG - shows how to create a basic BWCC dialog box with metal
background, grey group boxes, bumps and dips.
BWCCMSBX - Demonstrates all the predefined BWCC MessageBoxes.
BWBUTTON - Demonstrates all the BWCC special buttons
BDEFPROC - Shows how to add default processing for dialog box messages.
BDEFRANG - Shows how to override the default processing of dialog box
messages to add different processing for ranges of messages.
BDEFCASE - Shows how to override the default processing of dialog box
messages to add old style switch and case processing of
individual dialog box messages using OWL and BWCC.
BDDVTBTN - Shows how to use Dynamic Dispatch virtual tables to process
button messages under OWL. Also, shows how to override
default processing for OK and CANCEL buttons.
BWMYBTN - Shows how to add your own bitmaps to BWCC buttons to create
custom buttons of your own design.
BWSPLASH - Shows how to use a large custom button as a splash screen.
BWSPLIBT - Shows how to use a bitmap button as a splash screen.
BWCHECK - Shows how to set up BWCC check boxes so TAB and arrow keys
work correctly.
BWCIMMED - Shows how to do immediate process in response to a BWCC
check box. Also, shows how to use SendDlgItemMsg functions
to get the checked state of check boxes.
BWCIMALT - Shows how to get the checked state of check boxes using
pointers to controls within a dialog box.
BWCDELAY - Shows how to perform delayed processing of check boxes in
reply to an OK button, using SendDlgItemMsg functions to
get the status of the check boxes.
BWCKALL - Uses pointers for initializing and processing messages
for both immediate and delayed processing of check boxes.
BWRADIO - Show how to set up BWCC Radio buttons and group boxes so
that the TAB and arrow keys work correctly.
BWRADELY - Shows how to process radio button status using
SendDlgItemMsg functions.
BWRPOINT - Shows how to process radio button status using pointers
to radio buttons within a dialog box.

These 18 BWCC OWL dialog examples are released to the public domain.
Feel free to cut and paste the .CPP .RC and .H files into your own
programs without modifications.

Bob Bourbonnais 2/2/92




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