Learn how to rapidly develop applications and add-ins using ATL for Windows CE.
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Tom Archer illustrates how programmatically modifying Windows Registry keys and values from Managed C++ is much easier and more intuitive than ever before.
Take a detailed look at the recursive function used to walk the Registry, WalkRegTree(), initializing the tree control to depict the structure of the Registry.
Dig deeper into remote manipulation of CE devices by using Registry entries.
Discover how to handle the tree control notification messages that allow us to interact with the user's command to expand or collapse the tree and to update the tree's membership when its constituents change.
Learn how to use CTreeCtrl to display the Windows CE Registry.
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