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Hmm, I can't see that that program actually provides the hex code for the constants, which is what I need.

Set it to display contant declarations in C++ or similar.

You should get output like this:

public int LB_ADDSTRING = 0x00000180;

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Find yourself a copy of "winuser.h". I'm sure you can find a page with it on the net. It defines almost all the constants. It's where I go to find any messages/styles. Also, "comctrl.h" may have a few in it but don't take my word on that one.

Edit: I should note that if you download about any C compiler for Windows, free or otherwise, you can find a copy of winuser.h. Since I have a C++ compiler installed, I have a copy which I use.

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