In this first part of a two-part series programming owner-drawn controls, Roger Onslow introduces the concepts and techniques behind writing your own controls.
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Roger walks you through the creation of a class that eases the burden on the working class programmer when it comes to custom draw controls.
Removes the mystery of associating list views (controls) with large amounts of data
Shows how to use the LVS_OWNERDATA style to control the display of extremely large data sets
Demo application that illustrates using thumbnail images in a list control
CListCtrl-derived class that displays tooltips for list items regardless of listview style: List, Report and Icon
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