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Windos Data Types

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From Beginner :
With Visual C++, there're 3 ways to create Windows Applications. One of
these is by using Windows API (Application Program Interface). Also Windows
Data Types are used to specify functions parameter types and return types in
windows API.
Windows Data Types are many as : HANDLE, HBRUSH, LPHANDLE ... etc
Now all the types used by windows are contained in a header file "window.h
".So we must include this header
file when we put our window program together.
The Question is : How can I get this header file???
Please can any body wants to help?
Thanks.
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Apr 22 '07 #1
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Hello WELCOME ###,

You can use IntPtr structure for this http://msdn2.microsoft.com/System.IntPtr
But could your describe what are you goin' to do?

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WFrom Beginner :
WWith Visual C++, there're 3 ways to create Windows Applications. One
Wof
Wthese is by using Windows API (Application Program Interface). Also
WWindows
WData Types are used to specify functions parameter types and return
Wtypes in
Wwindows API.
WWindows Data Types are many as : HANDLE, HBRUSH, LPHANDLE ... etc
WNow all the types used by windows are contained in a header file
W"window.h
W".So we must include this header
Wfile when we put our window program together.
WThe Question is : How can I get this header file???
WPlease can any body wants to help?
WThanks.
W=================================
Apr 22 '07 #2

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