Build a VC++ Add-in with Support for Numerous Features

Environment: VC6 SP4

The included source code is for a Visual C++ add-in that offers a number of different functions:

  1. Comment Function
    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    //
    STDMETHODIMP CCommands::MarkTCommandMethod()
    {
      AFX_MANAGE_STATE(AfxGetStaticModuleState())
    
    OR
    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    //
    // Name        : CCommands::MarkTCommandMethod
    // Return type : STDMETHODIMP
    // Comment     :
    //
    STDMETHODIMP CCommands::MarkTCommandMethod()
    {
      AFX_MANAGE_STATE(AfxGetStaticModuleState())
    
  2. Insert Modified ID (Name) and Date


  3. Before strRetTp.Replace(_T(" ::"), _T("::"));
    After strRetTp.Replace(_T(" ::"), _T("::"));//-- _inside21_ 2002-12-16 11:40:55 --//

  4. Making A Unicode Support String


  5. Before strTemp.Format("Count=%d", nCount);
    After strTemp.Format(_T("Count=%d"), nCount);

  6. Flip the associated header file(.h, .hxx) and .cpp file

  7. File format chage Windows <-> Unix text

  8. Goto function to up

  9. Goto function to down

  10. Sorting tools

  11. Original Compare method-character Compare method-number
    1 1 1
    2 10 2
    4 2 4
    10 4 7
    7 7 9
    9 9 10

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