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I designed the box for an 80-character screen, but you can easily change it to accommodate other screen sizes. You’ve probably seen many DOS applications that do the same thing. The idea here is that we’ve derived a new class from the MFC CObject class, then used that class within a console application. Likewise, nothing stops you from performing similar tricks with the programs you’ve created. As I said before, the temptation to add bells and whistles to a DOS application as you move it to Windows certainly is strong.

All you need to do is use the Spy | Processes or Spy | Threads command to display the appropriate window. Figure 1-15 shows an example of the Processes window. Figure 1-15: Spy++ will allow you to monitor both threads and processes. It’s interesting to note that the Processes window also contains a list of any threads owned by the process in a hierarchical format. For this reason, you’ll normally want to use the Processes window over the Thread window. You get more information in an easier-to-use format with the Processes window.

If you look at the example, DoDraw() is a member of the CDrawBox struct. The advantage of using a struct, in this case, is that it provides all of the organizational benefits of a class, but without many of the size and performance penalties. Structs also provide advantages you won’t easily find in a class. For one thing, you can pass them around as you would any variable. You can allocate them singly or place them in an array. In short, there are ways you can use structs that classes can’t match.

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