yep, i'm back with more class based problems. this time, ive made a class that encapsulates an edit control and makes it easy to use blah blah. my window procedure is still static, because i guess those rules still apply about things existing at certain times and this pointers and all that crap. anyway, inside the edit window procedure, there is no WM_NCCREATE message where i can retrieve a pointer to the class like i did with my other application class. so therefore i have no way to access any member functions or data members. help me, im stuck again!
the error message is an access violation on the CallWindowProc command, obviously because it is called at some stage before there is a valid pointer to put into ce. Since i'm using an edit control, and i get no WM_NCCREATE message, how am i supposed to retrieve the necessary pointers to make things work?
static LRESULT CALLBACK EditProc(...);
HWND hwnd=CreateWindowEx(...,(void *)this);
LRESULT CALLBACK cEdit::EditProc(...)
//there's code here to check whether pointer to class is stored yet
//and if so, store it in cEdit *ce