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|Subject:||Re: Win32 - New Window menu handler should only be used on app?|
|From:||Terry Ford <tmford at shaw dot ca>|
|Date:||Thu, 19 May 2005 10:09:51 -0700|
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On 19-May-05, at 9:42 AM, Aaron Ballman wrote:
Is this valid for Windows OS?For an MDI application, yes. For an SDI application, no. So you should take it with a grain of salt since it really depends on the application you're going to create.
But, if (in WindowsOS), there is no default window, wouldn't it still apply in SDI? If the MenuHandler was in the Window Class object that hasn't been instantiated yet, how would it operate if it wasn't in the Application object?
I still have lots to learn in Windows though so there may be things going on I am not familiar with yet on that platform.
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