The CCommandLine control can be used to add a command line interface to any application. It supports a "scrollback buffer" of the last 100 lines typed in, as well as a custom scrollbar whose functionality mirrors that found under certain versions of KDE and Gnome.
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Learn about a set of control-derived classes for a colorful presentation by using XP-styled hottracked controls with themed gradient buttons.
Tom Archer illustrates how to locate files matching a specified extension by using a .NET component and various .NET classes.
This control creates a chart control in a dialog with Pie and Bar styles.
Displays several clock styles.
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