Environment: Windows 98, Visual C++ 5.0
A fine class for lazy operators 🙂
This is an enhanced edit class: it allows to reduce the input time recording
the words previously inserted and showing them when some letters are typed.
This class is generated starting from CEdit, and can store up to 128 (but
it’s possible to change this limit) words; it’s use is really easy: all you have
to do are the following steps:
- design your own CDialog or CFormView (or derived class) inserting the
- include AFEdit.h & AFEdit.cpp in your project;
- in the CXYZ.h file generated for the dialog (or view) include AFEdit.h and
replace all CEdit with CAFEdit;
- in the OnInitDialog (or OnInitialUpdate) add the strings you want to be
inserted in the words list for each editbox;
Every time you insert a new word in a specific editbox, the relative list
will growth if necessary (no duplication). Of cource, if the class is deleted
all data are lost. I tested it in a multiline editbox too, and it works fine.
There is only one known problem: in a multiline editbox the pair CTRL-TAB
insters a tab int the text, the source I wrote isn’t still able to intercept
that couple 🙁
In debug mode a doubleclick on an editbox shows a dialog with
the entire list.