Draw Chart Bar with Gradient Colors


A. Horizontal chart effects:

Horizontal Chart

B. Vertical chart effects with tooltips:

Vertical Chart

Environment: VC6 NT4 and 98

What do you think about the effect? It's easy to add it to your code:

   1. Add the files in Chart Source to your project;
2. If you're in a dialog, just add a big button named "IDC_CHART";
3. In your dialog include (*.h) file: #include "ChartWnd.h" Add next... CChartWnd m_ChartWnd; 4. In your cpp file: --- In function void C...Dialog::DoDataExchange(CDataExchange* pDX),add: DDX_Control(pDX, IDC_CHART, m_ChartWnd); --- In function BOOL C...Dialog::OnInitDialog() ,add: if(!m_ChartWnd.Initialize()) { return false; } 5. If you want , implementing your Initialize function in ChartWnd.cpp at: BOOL CChartWnd::Initialize()

Downloads

Download demo project - 70 Kb
Download demo exe - 18 Kb
Download source - 16 Kb


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