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, 12 Jan 2005
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A Windows API browser that shows you all the definitions and help on API methods.

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Introduction

This is just a basic article that shows how to create a program that uses the Microsoft Web Browser control, it is also just a posting that gives you a helpful API browser.

Using the code

// // basic source // 

private System.Windows.Forms.ListBox Functions_listBox; 
public AxSHDocVw.AxWebBrowser WebBrowser1;

/// /// The main entry point for the application. /// 

[STAThread] 
static void Main() 
{
  Application.Run(new APIBrowser()); 
}
public static object nullObject = 0; 
public static string str = ""; 
public static object nullObjStr = str; 

private void Functions_listBox_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, 
                                               System.EventArgs e) 
{
  WebBrowser1.Navigate("http://custom.programming-in.net/" + 
        "articles/art9-1.asp?f=" + 
        Functions_listBox.SelectedItem.ToString(), 
        ref nullObject, ref nullObjStr, 
        ref nullObjStr, ref nullObjStr);
}

private void Functions_listBox_DoubleClick(object 
                      sender, System.EventArgs e) 
{
  WebBrowser1.Navigate("http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=" + 
         Functions_listBox.SelectedItem.ToString() + 
         "&btnG=Google+Search", ref nullObject, 
         ref nullObjStr, ref nullObjStr, ref nullObjStr);
}

private void Form1_Resize(object sender, System.EventArgs e) 
{
  Functions_listBox.Width = 264;
  WebBrowser1.Width = this.Width - Functions_listBox.Width - 5; 
}

Points of Interest

I learned that the web browser can be useful in linking to help documents not on your computer.

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QuestionThis is an article ? PinmemberThomas Weller8-May-09 4:33 

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