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I''m trying to create a simple dialog box that just lets the user input some text. I''m using Visual C++ 5.0 without MFC. I call the DialogBox macro and I get an error saying that DialogBoxParamA parameter 4 takes a function that takes no parameters (the DialogProc function), which I know isn''t the case. The DialogProc function should take the same parameters as the WinProc function, right? So why do I get a compiler error saying the DialogProc should accept void? I looked it up in the help and even the help says that it takes the usual parameters. Can anyone help?

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