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In this case, WM_PAINT will perform its default action and call DrawText() to paint outputString. The program will fill outputString with the result at the same time printResults is set when recording is halted. By compiling with the new modifications, I get a clean-cut graph telling me how much I snore while snoozing (see Photo 1). ” The possibilities are endless. The final graphing function, MyPaintGraph(), is called from the WM_PAINT message handler. The function needs to define the size and location of the graph within the window (see Listing 9).

They will connect to strain gauges that will measure the downward force on the front and rear sections of the bicycle frame. This will allow the system to detect if the rear wheel is about to lift off the ground while the front brake is applied, and it will automatically release the brake to help prevent the bicycle from flipping over. I thought about adapting the LCD to function as a fancy odometer, since I’m already measuring time and wheel speed and the LCD Task takes very little processing power.

Recording) { uptime. Then, inside the 203 // Setup a new snore count array 204 snoreCountPerHour = new int[24]; MM_WIM_DATA message-handling 205 snoreCountPerHour_size = 24; case, if the RMS value indicates a 206 snoreCountPerHour_index = 0; snore, I check if a suitable time has 207 208 // Get the start time elapsed since the last time the RMS 209 SYSTEMTIME st; value was above RMS_SNORE. 210 GetLocalTime(&st); I decided 1 s was a suitable ini211 212 // Start the initial timer, it won't run for a full hour tial time MS_BETWEEN_SNORES to 213 // just the remainder of the current hour separate individual snores.

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