My problem is ExeMonFile is not initialized to null,
Its have someother value.
In my applciation all Uninitialized CString Value have this ex:BL001 string.
Even when initialized with _T(""),
it doesnot get initialized.
i want to send a click message to a window button. i am able to enumerate the window and also find the handle of button as well but not able to send the click message. Actually the default focus is set on some another message if i send BM_CLICK message that call goes to other button not the one i am sending..... attached code is below
CWnd* pWnd = NULL;
CWnd* pWndBtn = NULL;
DWORD dwErr = 0;
CWnd* WindowHandle = NULL;
CWnd* ButtonHandle = NULL;
WindowHandle = FindWindow(NULL, L"Microsoft Office Outlook");
ButtonHandle = FindWindowEx(WindowHandle->GetSafeHwnd(), 0, L"Button", L"Allow");
//send a message to the button that you are "clicking" it. Surprisingly C++ understands what BM_CLICK is without having to set it. Different than VBif(ButtonHandle)
CString strWnd ;
plz help.. i tried even setting window active also but dint work
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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Typically its the parent window that handles the BN_CLICKED event for a child window. As you can find the actual window you want to send the BN_CLICKED event for, all you need to do is get the control ID number using the GetDlgCtrlID() function on the button window.
You can then use PostMessage to the buttons parent window using:
i have tried that also i am afraid that also does not work.. i tried SendInput() with MOUSE_EVENT just to simulate the click event than this message is going but sometimes what happens this SendMessage goes to the default button in the window. The button i want to send the message is not the default button.
I am having a strange problem. When debugging using Code::Blocks, the following function returns the correct answers. However, when I am not debugging, it gives a correct answer the first time. Subsequent calls to the SAME function using the SAME parameter results in different answers, but not without a pattern:
The first three calls result in return values that are close to each other, after that, the return values are completely different from the first three, but identical to each other.
The code is meant to calculate the MSE of a transmit code for synthetic aperture radar systems. I really only included it in case someone wanted to dig through it. I guess I meant my question to be more general. As in, "Given any function with only local variables, why would this behavior occur? (by the way, here's such a function)"
sorry, didnt see this - my b/berry didnt synch or was off the network for some reason ..
As KarstenK says below, which was a also the point of the link I pasted, make sure everything is initialised to a value you expect - even a matrix, where the system has gone out and grabbed chunks of memory for the cells, may not be 'clean' - so if you're doing a calc across the matrix and there's cr@p in the middle, bingo
Ah, my mistake, I did not copy the includes. The classes used are all defined in the boost ( http://www.boost.org/[^]) template library and in the STL. Matrix is boost's ublas implementation, complex and vector are STL.
Thanks very much for your reply. I figured out the solution by myself. I ended up with using Gdi+. What I did was:
1) Create IStream and save content of IPicture to this stream;
2) call Gdiplus::Image::FromStream to load this BMP format stream into image;
3) By passing in the JPG format ClsID, I called Save to save this image to JPG format stream. This is all I needed. Of course, you can save it out as a file.