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HI

I want a tutorial about MFC that's in visual C++.
And I would be happy if someone can help me for drawing simple shapes
like circle and rectangle and ellipse with MFC!

thx

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Jul 23 '05 #1
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Sepandar wrote:
I want a tutorial about MFC that's in visual C++.
And I would be happy if someone can help me for drawing simple shapes
like circle and rectangle and ellipse with MFC!


And I want a huge amount of money. Probably not going to happen.

MFC is not topical here. Try

news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.tools.mfc
news:microsoft.public.vc.mfc
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Victor Bazarov wrote:
Sepandar wrote:
I want a tutorial about MFC that's in visual C++.
And I would be happy if someone can help me for drawing simple shapes
like circle and rectangle and ellipse with MFC!


And I want a huge amount of money. Probably not going to happen.

MFC is not topical here. Try

news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.tools.mfc
news:microsoft.public.vc.mfc


If you're so abjectly against OT posts, why don't you bugger off to the
moderated group? Or are you that freakin sad that you've nothing better to
do?
Jul 23 '05 #3

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"Adios" <in*****@example.com> wrote in message
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Victor Bazarov wrote:
Sepandar wrote:
I want a tutorial about MFC that's in visual C++.
And I would be happy if someone can help me for drawing simple shapes
like circle and rectangle and ellipse with MFC!


And I want a huge amount of money. Probably not going to happen.

MFC is not topical here. Try

news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.tools.mfc
news:microsoft.public.vc.mfc


If you're so abjectly against OT posts, why don't you bugger off to the
moderated group? Or are you that freakin sad that you've nothing better to
do?


He keeps the group on-topic, and provides good information for free. Both
of whch he should be thanked for, not flamed. So, thanks Victor!
Jul 23 '05 #4

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noum wrote:
"Adios" <in*****@example.com> wrote in message
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Victor Bazarov wrote:

Sepandar wrote:

I want a tutorial about MFC that's in visual C++.
And I would be happy if someone can help me for drawing simple shapes
like circle and rectangle and ellipse with MFC!

And I want a huge amount of money. Probably not going to happen.

MFC is not topical here. Try

news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.tools.mfc
news:microsoft.public.vc.mfc


If you're so abjectly against OT posts, why don't you bugger off to the
moderated group? Or are you that freakin sad that you've nothing better to
do?

He keeps the group on-topic, and provides good information for free. Both
of whch he should be thanked for, not flamed. So, thanks Victor!


Couldn't agree more.

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- gipsy boy
Jul 23 '05 #5

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noum wrote:
"Adios" <in*****@example.com> wrote in message
news:re*****************************@40tude.net...
Victor Bazarov wrote:
Sepandar wrote:
I want a tutorial about MFC that's in visual C++.
And I would be happy if someone can help me for drawing simple shapes
like circle and rectangle and ellipse with MFC!

And I want a huge amount of money. Probably not going to happen.

MFC is not topical here. Try

news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.tools.mfc
news:microsoft.public.vc.mfc


If you're so abjectly against OT posts, why don't you bugger off to the
moderated group? Or are you that freakin sad that you've nothing better to
do?


He keeps the group on-topic, and provides good information for free. Both
of whch he should be thanked for, not flamed. So, thanks Victor!


There are plenty of others who offer their expertise for free too, the vast
majority of them don't spend half their day abusing the newbies either.

Anyway, how does he keep the group on-topic?
Jul 23 '05 #6

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Adios wrote:
There are plenty of others who offer their expertise for free too, the vast
majority of them don't spend half their day abusing the newbies either.
VB is generally not abusive, terse, but not abusive.
Anyway, how does he keep the group on-topic?


Nip it in the bud: redirect the OT posts to the appropriate newsgroup. With
45,000+ newsgroups, there is a group for just about every topic. If you want
C++ language issues, this along w/ the moderated group is a great place to
post. If you want MFC, there are plenty of newsgroups dedicated to that topic.

Finally, if VB wasn't policing, others would.
Jul 23 '05 #7

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Julie wrote:
Adios wrote:
There are plenty of others who offer their expertise for free too, the vast
majority of them don't spend half their day abusing the newbies either.


VB is generally not abusive, terse, but not abusive.
Anyway, how does he keep the group on-topic?


Nip it in the bud: redirect the OT posts to the appropriate newsgroup. With
45,000+ newsgroups, there is a group for just about every topic. If you want
C++ language issues, this along w/ the moderated group is a great place to
post. If you want MFC, there are plenty of newsgroups dedicated to that topic.

Finally, if VB wasn't policing, others would.


Youre right, I should stop posting here. Thanks!
Jul 23 '05 #8

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