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Perhaps I've misunderstood you, but it appears blessing the handle just gives me a new (empty) menu.

I don't think so, blessing a hash doesn't create a handle (windows does that), it just gives you an object you can call methods on

OTOH, the code you have posted includes no bless anywhere :)

As far as the functional interface goes, can you be more specific?

You know, I could, or you could just read the link I posted :)

If you want anything more specific than that, you're going to have to post code that compiles and runs -- I'm not really interested in writing complete examples from scratch for non-portable-unmaintained-toolkits , its not fun for me :)

Also, where are you getting your information from?

See Win32/OLE related tutorials/examples/resources , they discuss many win32 things, how the MFC/win32-GUI system works (its all handles underneath, a handle is just a number)

In reply to Re^3: How to get a window's menu as a Win32::GUI::Menu object? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How to get a window's menu as a Win32::GUI::Menu object? by shadrack

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