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vrf Handling "structure" types returned from compiled functions

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 13, 2008
> Isn't it a case of "the impossible
> we can do at once... miracles take a
> little longer" (or the other way around???)

Yes indeed! Remember: always triple your time estimates

> I am trying to disable close [X]
> on my application window in every
> eventuality so the nugget that it
> is always SC_CLOSE (0xF060) is the
> answer to life, the universe and
> everything.

Awesome! And here Mr. Adams would have us believe it's 0x2A! Happy subclassing and give me a shout if you run into any roadblocks.
-SHAWN-




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