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Lichy, Carsten. 1998. A multidirectional and multifunctional gateway among GIS and hydrodynamic versions. In lawsuits of the 3rd foreign convention on Hydroinformatics, Vol. 1, Cophenagen, Denmark, 24-26 August 1998, pp. 395-399.

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In WinMain, you define a structure of type WNDCLASS, generally like this: WNDCLASS wndclass ; You then initialize the 10 fields of the structure and call RegisterClass. The two most important fields in the WNDCLASS structure are the second and the last. The second field ( lpfnWndProc) is the address of a window procedure used for all windows based on this class. C, this window procedure is WndProc. The last field is the text name of the window class. This can be whatever you want. In programs that create only one window, the window class name is commonly set to the name of the program.

The second argument identifies the icon. H. The IDI_APPLICATION icon is simply a little picture of a window. The LoadIcon function returns a handle to this icon. We don't really care about the actual value of the handle. It's simply used to set the value of the hIcon field. hCursor = LoadCursor (NULL, IDC_ARROW) ; is similar to the previous statement. The LoadCursor function loads a predefined mouse cursor known as IDC_ARROW and returns a handle to the cursor. This handle is assigned to the bCursor field of the WNDCLASS structure.

Structure Meaning MSG Message structure WNDCLASS Window class structure PAINTSTRUCT Paint structure RECT Rectangle structure The first two data structures are used in WinMain to define two structures named msg and wndclass. The second two are used in WndProc to define two structures named ps and rect. Getting a Handle on Handles Finally, there are three uppercase identifiers for various types of "handles": Identifier Meaning HINSTANCE Handle to an "instance" the program itself HWND Handle to a window HDC Handle to a device context Handles are used quite frequently in Windows.

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