BOOL Create( LPCTSTR lpClassName, LPCTSTR lpWindowName, DWORD dwStyle, const RECT& rect, CWnd* pParentWnd = NULL, UINT nID = 0);
Nonzero if successful; otherwise 0.
Points to a null-terminated character string that names the Windows class. The class name can be any name registered with the global AfxRegisterWndClass function. If NULL, the window class will be registered for you by the framework. MFC gives the default class the following styles and attributes:
Sets style bit CS_DBLCLKS, which sends double-click messages to the window procedure when the user double-clicks the mouse.
Sets style bits CS_HREDRAW and CS_VREDRAW, which direct the contents of the client area to be redrawn when the window changes size.
Sets the class cursor to the Windows standard IDC_ARROW.
Sets the class background brush to NULL, so the window will not erase its background.
Sets the class icon to the standard, waving-flag Windows logo icon.
Sets the window to the default size and position, as indicated by Windows.
Points to a null-terminated character string that contains the window name.
Specifies the window style attributes. These can include standard window styles and one or more of the following special styles:
MFS_MOVEFRAME Allows the mini-frame window to be moved by clicking on any edge of the window, not just the caption.
MFS_4THICKFRAME Disables resizing of the mini-frame window.
MFS_SYNCACTIVE Synchronizes the activation of the mini-frame window to the activation of its parent window.
MFS_THICKFRAME Allows the mini-frame window to be sized as small as the contents of the client area allow.
MFS_BLOCKSYSMENU Disables access to the system menu and the control menu, and converts them to part of the caption (title bar).
See CWnd::Create for a description of possible window style values. The typical combination used for mini-frame windows is WS_POPUP|WS_CAPTION|WS_SYSMENU.
A RECT structure specifying the desired dimensions of the window.
Points to the parent window. Use NULL for top-level windows.
If the mini-frame window is created as a child window, this is the identifier of the child control; otherwise 0.