INFO: Use ON_MESSAGE() Macro to Map Less-Common Messages

Summary

The Microsoft Foundation Class Library includes macros that an application can include in the message map of a CWnd or CWnd derived object.These macros, such as ON_WM_PAINT() and ON_WM_SIZE(), map common messages to default handler functions. The Microsoft Foundation Class Library provides macros for all standard window messages. To process user-defined message or less-common window messages (like WM_COMMNOTIFY), use the ON_MESSAGE() macro. The ON_MESSAGE macro must be used in a CWnd derived class. For example, it cannot be used in a CWinApp class or a CDocument class because neither of these classes is derived from CWnd.

More Information

Here's an example of how an application could use ON_MESSAGE:

  // inside the class declaration
afx_msg LRESULT OnMyMessage(WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam);

...

#define WM_MYMESSAGE (WM_USER + 100)

BEGIN_MESSAGE_MAP(CMyWnd, CMyParentWndClass)
ON_MESSAGE(WM_MYMESSAGE, OnMyMessage)
END_MESSAGE_MAP()

LRESULT CMyWnd::OnMyMessage(WPARAM WParam, LPARAM LParam)
{
return (LRESULT)0;
}
The function specified by the second parameter of the ON_MESSAGE macro must be a function that takes two parameters, a WPARAM and an LPARAM, and returns a LRESULT. For more information about the ON_MESSAGE() macro, see Technical Note #6 in the MFC Tech Notes Help file distributed with Microsoft Visual C++ version 1.0 and in the MFC Technical Notes included in the Visual C++ Books Online. Or search the Visual C++ Books Online on the keyword "ON_MESSAGE."
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문서 ID: 99848 - 마지막 검토: 2006. 11. 21. - 수정: 1

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