MFC develops a simple synchronous time application

Keywords: C++ Windows Mac SDK

Looking at the structure of a garbage program, mmp is a real pit. It took me a little time to finish it. Just record it directly. This is a simple application of windows, but it's a little complicated. We need to build an app Wizard program based on mfc (written by memory, I don't know if there are any mistakes in the words). Then we can add the following variables to the winmain class directly

# include<time.h>

# define WM_CLOCK USER+20
# define WM_CLOCK_INTERVAL 1000

struct tm *newdate;
time_t long_date;

In addition, because we called the time.h file, but we didn't include this file, we generated the time.h file directly at this time. The internal code is as follows:

#if     _MSC_VER > 1000
#pragma once

#ifndef _INC_TIME
#define _INC_TIME

#if     !defined(_WIN32) && !defined(_MAC)
#error ERROR: Only Mac or Win32 targets supported!

#ifdef  _MSC_VER
 * Currently, all MS C compilers for Win32 platforms default to 8 byte
 * alignment.
#pragma pack(push,8)
#endif  /* _MSC_VER */

#ifdef  __cplusplus
extern "C" {

/* Define _CRTIMP */

#ifndef _CRTIMP
#ifdef  _DLL
#define _CRTIMP __declspec(dllimport)
#else   /* ndef _DLL */
#define _CRTIMP
#endif  /* _DLL */
#endif  /* _CRTIMP */

/* Define __cdecl for non-Microsoft compilers */

#if     ( !defined(_MSC_VER) && !defined(__cdecl) )
#define __cdecl

/* Define _CRTAPI1 (for compatibility with the NT SDK) */

#ifndef _CRTAPI1
#if    _MSC_VER >= 800 && _M_IX86 >= 300
#define _CRTAPI1 __cdecl
#define _CRTAPI1

#ifndef _MAC
typedef unsigned short wchar_t;
#endif  /* ndef _MAC */

/* Define the implementation defined time type */

typedef long time_t;        /* time value */
#define _TIME_T_DEFINED     /* avoid multiple def's of time_t */

typedef long clock_t;

typedef unsigned int size_t;

/* Define NULL pointer value */

#ifndef NULL
#ifdef __cplusplus
#define NULL    0
#define NULL    ((void *)0)

#ifndef _TM_DEFINED
struct tm {
        int tm_sec;     /* seconds after the minute - [0,59] */
        int tm_min;     /* minutes after the hour - [0,59] */
        int tm_hour;    /* hours since midnight - [0,23] */
        int tm_mday;    /* day of the month - [1,31] */
        int tm_mon;     /* months since January - [0,11] */
        int tm_year;    /* years since 1900 */
        int tm_wday;    /* days since Sunday - [0,6] */
        int tm_yday;    /* days since January 1 - [0,365] */
        int tm_isdst;   /* daylight savings time flag */
#define _TM_DEFINED

/* Clock ticks macro - ANSI version */

#define CLOCKS_PER_SEC  1000

/* Extern declarations for the global variables used by the ctime family of
 * routines.

/* non-zero if daylight savings time is used */
_CRTIMP extern int _daylight;

/* offset for Daylight Saving Time */
_CRTIMP extern long _dstbias;

/* difference in seconds between GMT and local time */
_CRTIMP extern long _timezone;

/* standard/daylight savings time zone names */
_CRTIMP extern char * _tzname[2];

/* Function prototypes */

_CRTIMP char * __cdecl asctime(const struct tm *);
_CRTIMP char * __cdecl ctime(const time_t *);
_CRTIMP clock_t __cdecl clock(void);
_CRTIMP double __cdecl difftime(time_t, time_t);
_CRTIMP struct tm * __cdecl gmtime(const time_t *);
_CRTIMP struct tm * __cdecl localtime(const time_t *);
_CRTIMP time_t __cdecl mktime(struct tm *);
_CRTIMP size_t __cdecl strftime(char *, size_t, const char *,
        const struct tm *);
_CRTIMP char * __cdecl _strdate(char *);
_CRTIMP char * __cdecl _strtime(char *);
_CRTIMP time_t __cdecl time(time_t *);

#ifdef  _POSIX_
_CRTIMP void __cdecl tzset(void);
_CRTIMP void __cdecl _tzset(void);

/* --------- The following functions are OBSOLETE --------- */
/* The Win32 API GetLocalTime and SetLocalTime should be used instead. */
unsigned __cdecl _getsystime(struct tm *);
unsigned __cdecl _setsystime(struct tm *, unsigned);
/* --------- The preceding functions are OBSOLETE --------- */

typedef unsigned int size_t;

#ifndef _MAC

/* wide function prototypes, also declared in wchar.h */
_CRTIMP wchar_t * __cdecl _wasctime(const struct tm *);
_CRTIMP wchar_t * __cdecl _wctime(const time_t *);
_CRTIMP size_t __cdecl wcsftime(wchar_t *, size_t, const wchar_t *,
        const struct tm *);
_CRTIMP wchar_t * __cdecl _wstrdate(wchar_t *);
_CRTIMP wchar_t * __cdecl _wstrtime(wchar_t *);

#endif  /* ndef _MAC */

#if     !__STDC__ || defined(_POSIX_)

/* Non-ANSI names for compatibility */


_CRTIMP extern int daylight;
_CRTIMP extern long timezone;
_CRTIMP extern char * tzname[2];

_CRTIMP void __cdecl tzset(void);

#endif  /* __STDC__ */

#ifdef  __cplusplus

#ifdef  _MSC_VER
#pragma pack(pop)
#endif  /* _MSC_VER */

#endif  /* _INC_TIME */

Next, we add the following functions to the initinstance class:

DrawText(hdc, szTimerTitle, strlen(szTimerTitle), &rt, DT_CENTER);

case WM_TIMER:
            if(wParam == WM_TIMER_CLOCK)
            time(&long_date);                   //Acquisition time
            newdate=localtime(&long_date);   //Convert to local time
            strcpy(szTimerTitle,asctime(newdate));   //Printing time            

In fact, there is not much in this program, but the main part of my IQ is often not online, which is a little zz when I redo, resulting in a short circuit in my analysis process. It should be avoided in the future.

Posted by DataRater on Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:36:20 -0800