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1. Create a message box in Win32 programming, on the screen such that Yes, No and Cancel is displayed on the screen. The message box must handle the following cases-
(a) On clicking the Yes button on the message box, a displayed is created in edit mode.
(b) On clicking the No button, a new window is displayed on the screen having written on that window, “Welcome to My Design Problem”.
(c) On clicking Cancel button on it, a new message box is displayed on the screen with the OK button on it and on its client area showing “Exit from the Problem” and along with the OK button also displaying an icon on message box of icon information.

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  • yaady Mar 12, 2009


    1. Create a message box in Win32 programming, on the screen such that Yes, No and Cancel is displayed on the screen. The message box must handle the following cases-

    (a) On clicking the Yes button on the message box, a displayed is created in edit mode.

    (b) On clicking the No button, a new window is displayed on the screen having written on that window, “Welcome to My Design Problem”.

    (c) On clicking Cancel button on it, a new message box is displayed on the screen with the OK button on it and on its client area showing “Exit from the Problem” and along with the OK button also displaying an icon on message box of icon information.

    In order to handle messages from the keyboard or mouse, include the appropriate functions and also include functionality such that window can be refreshed and repainted automatically especially in case (b).

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2009

    1. Create a message box in Win32 programming, on the screen such that Yes, No and Cancel is displayed on the screen. The message box must handle the following cases-

    (a) On clicking the Yes button on the message box, a displayed is created in edit mode.

    (b) On clicking the No button, a new window is displayed on the screen having written on that window, “Welcome to My Design Problem”.

    (c) On clicking Cancel button on it, a new message box is displayed on the screen with the OK button on it and on its client area showing “Exit from the Problem” and along with the OK button also displaying an icon on message box of icon information.

    In order to handle messages from the keyboard or mouse, include the appropriate functions and also include functionality such that window can be refreshed and repainted automatically especially in case (b).

  • vaio23 Mar 19, 2009

    Create a message box in Win32 programming, on the screen such that Yes, No and Cancel is displayed on the screen. The message box must handle the following cases-

    (a) On clicking the Yes button on the message box, a displayed is created in edit mode.

    (b) On clicking the No button, a new window is displayed on the screen having written on that window, “Welcome to My Design Problem”.

    (c) On clicking Cancel button on it, a new message box is displayed on the screen with the OK button on it and on its client area showing “Exit from the Problem” and along with the OK button also displaying an icon on message box of icon information.

    In order to handle messages from the keyboard or mouse, include the appropriate functions and also include functionality such that window can be refreshed and repainted automatically especially in case (b).

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    1. Create a message box in Win32 programming, on the screen such that
    Yes, No and Cancel is displayed on the screen. The message box must
    handle the following cases-
    (a) On clicking the Yes button on the message box, a displayed is created in edit mode.
    (b)
    On clicking the No button, a new window is displayed on the screen
    having written on that window, “Welcome to My Design Problem”.
    (c)
    On clicking Cancel button on it, a new message box is displayed on the
    screen with the OK button on it and on its client area showing “Exit
    from the Problem” and along with the OK button also displaying an icon
    on message box of icon information.

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3201fb4.gif
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