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By Nancy Nicolaisen

ISBN-10: 0471216186

ISBN-13: 9780471216186

In an more and more cellular international, hundreds of thousands of builders with home windows programming event have to quick move their talents to making compact, asynchronous CE purposes. This ebook offers a roadmap to lead builders during the problematic initiatives of porting and remodeling Win32 purposes to permit them to run successfully and usefully on home windows CE-based cellular devices.* provides a suite of metrics for builders to figure out whilst and the way top to continue in porting Win32 functions* indicates builders the way to comprehend the embedded-system bias inherent in home windows CE and the way to jot down purposes that use this as a power* Covers Unicode, that is obligatory for home windows CE, and explains easy methods to ponder the influence of assorted monitor resolutions

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Here’s how you make the standard bitmap list available. // Add standard bitmaps for buttons. CommandBar_AddBitmap (hwndCB, HINST_COMMCTRL, IDB_STD_SMALL_COLOR, 0, 0, 0); The parameters, in the order shown, are the handle to the command bar, a constant representing the instance handle to the common control dll, the resource ID of a system bitmap list, with the remaining three parameters that are always set to zero. The resource identifier IDB_STD_SMALL_COLOR references a bitmap list that contains the standard bitmaps.

CommandBar_AddBitmap (hwndCB, HINST_COMMCTRL, IDB_STD_SMALL_COLOR, 0, 0, 0); //Add the buttons CommandBar_AddButtons(hwndCB, 2, tbStdCmdButtons); // Add exit button to command band control. CommandBar_AddAdornments (hwndCB, 0, 0); CommandBar_Show(hwndCB, TRUE); return hwndCB; } This code adds buttons with automatic radio button behavior. Radio buttons are a group of buttons where one and only one button may be selected at a time. User Interface // Command band button initialization structureTBBUTTON tbRadioButtons[] = { // BitmapIndex Command State Style {0, IDM_ONE, TBSTATE_ENABLED, TBSTYLE_GROUP | TBSTYLE_CHECKGROUP, {1, }; HWND { UserData String 0, 0}, IDM_TWO, TBSTATE_ENABLED, TBSTYLE_CHECKGROUP, 0, 0}, AddRadioButtons(HWND hWnd) //we have to destroy the old one before expanding CommandBar_Destroy( hwndCB ); hwndCB = CommandBar_Create(hInst, hWnd, 1); // Insert the menu band CommandBar_InsertMenubar(hwndCB, hInst, IDM_MENU, 0); //add bitmaps for buttons CommandBar_AddBitmap(hwndCB, hInst, IDB_ONE_TWO, 2, 0, 0); //Add the buttons - the button structs define the button //radio behaviors CommandBar_AddButtons(hwndCB, 2, tbRadioButtons); // Add exit button to command band control.

TEXT(“This is how to make a Unicode string literal”) The Dropdown Button The dropdown button is definitely more work than anything we’ve seen so far. Is has one great redeeming advantage, though. Visually, the dropdown button has the impact and space requirements of a button with a drop arrow icon next to it. When the user taps it, it displays a dropdown menu. For this reason, it’s an important design option if you have floating menus or submenus in the original Win32 resource file. If you can keep popup submenus and floating menus logically intact, then you won’t have nearly as much work to do in porting the message handling behind the menu items.

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