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.
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Create an application that is startup-hidden and is opened when the user clicks the System Tray icon.
Adding flexible charts quickly and easily requires a good control. Discover how to use this charting control in your own applications. (The demo program and source code were updated.)
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