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Win32 winProc question

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ok here it is, im trying to make a window class that i can use in any application. the way im trying to solve it is by making a base class for making windows then overriding the win proc in the sub class so the app can taylor it to its liking... of course everytime i override the win proc it doesnt use the new one... anyone got any ideas??? Get busy livin'' or get busy dyin''... - Shawshank Redemption

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Search the forum. This is nothing new.

Static helper function. Pointer to window object stored in window user data. Search the forums first, next time.

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[edited by - sneftel on August 17, 2002 1:20:39 AM]

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