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A. Percy

The Windows NT internal WND structure

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Very interesting. See at http://www.winterdom.com/dev/ui/wnd.html.


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I wonder what those unknown values are. Seems interesting though to dig up that information by playing around.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Those could be useful actually.

How exactly did they stumble on to these?

EDIT: If I understand correctly, this is like referring to windows relative to another window, correct?

Edited by Senton-Bomb

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Those could be useful actually.

Sure, if you consider the implementation details of your operating system which may or may not be consistent across iterations of the OS useful.

How exactly did they stumble on to these?

You work with Windows enough, you figure things out. I can probably fill in a couple blanks in that structure from my own experience.

EDIT: If I understand correctly, this is like referring to windows relative to another window, correct?

Not entirely. It appears the relationship is stored in the structure (which I find a tad out of place) but it's so much more than that.

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