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Register Windows Message

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Subclassing in a VB.Net form is heartwarmingly easy, but Where in the framework is the equivilent of RegisterWindowsMessage.

I have had to include the API call In my form which I think is Messy.

Thanks.
Nov 22 '05 #1
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but Where in the framework is the equivilent of RegisterWindowsMessage.


There is none.

Mattias

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