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Re: which libs to link

No lib has GetWindowTask,
you need to find out where 
is, and link with that.

If the macro from below isn't in the Windows32
headers, you should add it to the begriming of your
.c file.

cd .../H-i386-cygwin32/i386-cygwin32/lib
grep -l GetWindowThreadProcessId *.a    (small L)
nm libLIBNAME.a > filename
edit filename

On Mon, 3 Nov 1997 13:14:43 +-200, you wrote:

>Hi there!
>From: 	Thomas Nichols[]
>Sent: 	01 Ноември 1997 г. 17:12
>Subject: 	RE: which libs to link
>2-minute questions: which lib has GeWindowTask? I'm also having problems
>with strlwr but I think it's because of a #undef
>Thanks very much to all those who've offered fast and practical advice.
>Beats any commercial compiler's support hands down.
>Take a look at the following info. It's taken from the MSVC++ 4.2 help pages.
>Hope it'll help you!
>The GetWindowTask function is not implemented in the WIn32 API. 
>To maintain compatibility with 16-bit applications, GetWindowTask has been replaced with a macro that calls GetWindowThreadProcessId. Earlier applications can continue to call GetWindowTask as previously documented, but new applications should use GetWindowThreadProcessId. 
>GetWindowTask is defined as returning a value with a HANDLE data type. GetWindowThreadProcessId returns a value with a DWORD data type. The macro that maps GetWindowTask to GetWindowThreadProcessId includes a cast to HANDLE, as follows: 
>#define GetWindowTask(hwnd) \\  
>    ((HANDLE) GetWindowThreadProcessId(hwnd, NULL)) 
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