Normally, you see stars (*) when you type something into an edit box that has the password flag. Unfortunately, these edit controls are not secure. By using secure edit controls, you can make your edit boxes resistant to password revealers.
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Create a chart using a MS Chart control in VC++. See how to populate the chart as well as label the axe with source code.
Determine when a document has been modified. In the particular case of word processors, most tend to have a "dirty" flag that is set when a user types. This article demonstrates a smarter "dirty" flag that uses probabilistic methods.
Illustrates how to handle the OnCtlColor message and modify the background colors of edit controls. (The article was updated.)
Add a minimize button to a window with style WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW.
This is a hybrid ComboBox with a Tree View replacing the drop down ListBox. (The article, demo project, and source code were updated.)
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