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GUI Styles - BitOr() versus +

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This is just a general question. I use Koda to make my GUIs. When specifying multiple styles, it uses the BitOR() function to add them together.

However in many examples I've seen the use of a simple + operator. So is there a difference between doing

BitOR($WS_CAPTION,$WS_SIZEBOX)

and

$WS_CAPTION+$WS_SIZEBOX

What if there are more than 2 styles, does it make a difference then? Which is more correct?

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This is just a general question. I use Koda to make my GUIs. When specifying multiple styles, it uses the BitOR() function to add them together.

However in many examples I've seen the use of a simple + operator. So is there a difference between doing

BitOR($WS_CAPTION,$WS_SIZEBOX)

and

$WS_CAPTION+$WS_SIZEBOX

What if there are more than 2 styles, does it make a difference then? Which is more correct?

See this thread.


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This is just a general question. I use Koda to make my GUIs. When specifying multiple styles, it uses the BitOR() function to add them together.

However in many examples I've seen the use of a simple + operator. So is there a difference between doing

BitOR($WS_CAPTION,$WS_SIZEBOX)

and

$WS_CAPTION+$WS_SIZEBOX

What if there are more than 2 styles, does it make a difference then? Which is more correct?

BitOr is the proper/correct way

The examples have been corrected in the next beta/release


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