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Where is (0, 0) in windows?

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This is a stupid question, but I''m learning windows programming at the same time as openGL. I''m tyring to use the ClipCursor function, which needs RECT to be defined. So I need to know where (0, 0) is in windows. Thanks

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Top left of the screen. x-axis is normal, y-axis is reversed.
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Edited by - Strylinys on August 30, 2000 8:50:44 PM

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