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Re^2: Win32::API and 'short' arguments

by spurperl (Priest)
on May 09, 2006 at 20:28 UTC ( #548320=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Win32::API and 'short' arguments
in thread Win32::API and 'short' arguments

That sounds like something that can explain the problem. Can you recall where it's documented, or where I can find some info / examples about it ?

According to the Win32::API docs, 'N' is not the only integer prototype, there's also 'N'


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Re^3: Win32::API and 'short' arguments
by bart (Canon) on May 10, 2006 at 08:03 UTC
    Can you recall where it's documented, or where I can find some info / examples about it ?
    No, it's just one of the first things you learn when using the API from (pre-.NET) VB. In fact, I often use the API declarations for VB as the starting point to convert them to Win32::API. You can do the same, just Google for inurl:Win32API.txt to find a copy.

    I've been Googling around for it on the net yesterday, but I haven't found it back in one sentence, at all. Sorry about that.

    According to the Win32::API docs, 'N' is not the only integer prototype, there's also 'N'
    Eh? I'm sure you mean 'I', and AFAIK that does mean the same as 'N'.

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