Other Entries by Jaime Muscatelli (from psc cd)

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  _A Beginner's  STRCMP, STRCAT, and STRCPY tutorial (VB-LIKE String Manipulation)_A Beginner's STRCMP, STRCAT, and STRCPY tutorial (VB-LIKE String Manipulation)C++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++Beginner /
Jaime Muscatelli (from psc cd)
5499 since
1/5/2015 12:16:00 AM

By 10 Users

       This tutorial is for mostly beginners that need to know how to manipulate char strings easily. I recently switched from vb, and it was very hard to get used to chars (from vb's String identifier). This will show you how copy, compare, and add strings toge ...(description truncated)
 
 
  _A Complete Win32 Windows Media Player Window Editor_A Complete Win32 Windows Media Player Window EditorC++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++Beginner /
Jaime Muscatelli (from psc cd)
4111 since
1/5/2015 2:23:00 AM

By 4 Users

       This is a complete application example of using pure win32 API to create windows (NO MFC!). This program simply Hides, Shows, and changes the caption of Windows Media Player. It is very basic, and it is a nice example of Win32 API. Also shows how to add a ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A Great Win32 Password checker Example (NOT MFC!!!)A Great Win32 Password checker Example (NOT MFC!!!)C++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++Beginner /
Jaime Muscatelli (from psc cd)
2403 since
1/4/2015 8:14:00 PM

By 5 Users

       Ever have trouble initializing a dialog for c++ without using MFC? This is a great example of how to do this! Check it out! This also shows you how to compare two strings easily! KEYWORDS: WINMAIN DlgProc STRING COMPARISON PASSWORD
 
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  A Great Win32 SetWindowRgn Example (NOT MFC!!!)A Great Win32 SetWindowRgn Example (NOT MFC!!!)Microsoft Visual C++Beginner /
Jaime Muscatelli (from psc cd)
6845 since
1/4/2015 9:40:00 PM

By 4 Users

       This is a Win32 example of using SetWindowRgn to create round windows. YES ROUND WINDOWS! You would use CreateRoundRectRgn and then use SetWindowRgn to apply the Rgn to the window. This is an easy example, and it is fully commented! Plus, there is no MFC! ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 


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