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This control creates a chart control in a dialog with Pie and Bar styles.
Create a chart similar to the Windows NT/2000/XP Task Manager Performance chart. This component enables you to manage four lines at a time. By modifying any properties of the control, it is possible to visualize different types of charts.
Create a chart using a MS Chart control in VC++. See how to populate the chart as well as label the axe with source code.
Adding flexible charts quickly and easily requires a good control. Discover how to use this charting control in your own applications. (The demo program and source code were updated.)
Check out the code for this control that supports 2D/3D dimension, brusted pie, 3D angle, 3D thichness, background color, brusted angle, half/full/back half pie, dash color, label offset, dash line width, spot size, print scale, print value, slice seperator color, slice width, and spot offset.
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