Explaining the Message Passing Interface

In order to explain message passing in detail we'll discuss the button click. Like any other control, it belongs to some top-level window, whose procedure is called when a button click event is raised as a response to the mouse button press.

The following example will demonstrate the basic usage of message handling, responsible for the mouse move and button-click.

Getting ready

Make sure that Visual Studio is up and running.

How to do it...

Now, let's create our program and explain its structure. Perform the following steps:

  1. Create a new empty C++ Win32 project application named basic_MPI.
  2. Open Solution Explorer and right-click on Source file. Add the new source file named basic_MPI. Open basic_MPI.cpp and add ...

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