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theguy0000

the help file is very unclear about this, but exacyly what does $ES_OEMCONVERT do?

I did look in the beta help file :D:wacko:

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According to MSDN: (http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default....dn_editctls.asp)

ES_OEMCONVERT causes text entered into the edit control to be converted from ANSI to OEM and then back to ANSI. This ensures proper character conversion when the application calls the AnsiToOem function to convert a Windows string in the edit control to OEM characters. ES_OEMCONVERT is most useful for edit controls that contain filenames.


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theguy0000

wonder why it doesnt say that in the help file.

oh well. thanks.


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