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hello guys... plz first consider this code.
<pre lang="c++">
void CMoveWindowDlg::MoveMyWindow()
{
CWnd* wind = GetDlgItem(IDC_UPDOWN); // Current button to which: this event handler is bound
ASSERT(wind!= NULL);
wind->GetWindowRect(&rect);

r.top = rect.top;
r.left = rect.left;
r.right = rect.right;
r.bottom = rect.bottom;

int height = rect.Height();
int width = rect.Width();
wind->MoveWindow(100, 100, width, height, 1);
}
</pre>
<b>1 - </b> Here I get the location and size in two things - <b>RECT r</b>, <b>CRect rect</b>. When I click on this button, it takes my button to the specified point. The problem is: if there is some other control already at that point like EditBox, this button will not work and the EditBox will come on top of it.
<b>2 -</b> I use another button to place this button back on the previous location by providing the location which I stored in <b>Rect r</b>, like this..
<pre lang="c++">GetDlgItem(IDC_UPDOWN)->MoveWindow(&r,1);</pre>
But unfortunately, this also does not place the buttun at its original place.

Problems are specified so whats wrong with this code?
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