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"WriteConsoleOutput" Flood Screen?

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I want to flood the console screen with solid colors, but I have a problem: it's not flooding correctly, actually, not at all. My code looks correct, but it's not printing how I want it to. I think that it's going off of the console window. Any help? Here's my code:
void FloodScreen(WORD Props)
     bool Done = false;
     int DBHEX = 219;
     CHAR_INFO Flood;
     Flood.Char.AsciiChar = DBHEX;
     Flood.Attributes = Props;
     COORD BufferSize = {80,25};
     COORD CPos = {0,0};
     SMALL_RECT WArea = {0,0,0,0};
     while (!Done)
           WriteConsoleOutput(wHnd, &Flood, BufferSize, CPos, &WArea);
           if (CPos.X >= -80)
                CPos.Y += 1;
                CPos.X = 0;
           CPos.X -= 1;
           if (CPos.Y >= 26)
                Done = true;
(To call this function, I use FloodScreen(FOREGROUND_RED); Also, you must include windows.h, stdio.h, and stdlib.h.)

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