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i need to update the value of lparam and wparam
LRESULT CALLBACK JournalRecordProc(int code,WPARAM wparam,LPARAM lparam);
so that i can change character from 'a' to 'A' at the time of keydown and before forwarding the message to the destination window

converting small case character into capital later by using keyboard hook before sending destination window using C++ / MFC only

Updated 2-May-11 22:47pm
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 4-May-11 0:12am     CRLF
Do not re-post. --SA
R. S. Verma 4-May-11 0:51am     CRLF
Do not re-post????.... Is der any mistake in posting... please let me know so dat i could improve myself thanks
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 4-May-11 1:46am     CRLF
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I though you previous question is essentially the same as this one. If it is so or close, you're supposed to ask follow-up question on that older page. In case you want you're dissatisfied with the replies and want to bring more attention of other people to your past question, here is the trick: you can use "Improve question" and add your new details, concerns or follow-up question to the body of it; good to use the keyword [EDIT]. As far as I know, it will bring your question on top of question queue again. Please understand that this tactics is a better way to improve your chances to get help. Even if you do not re-post, but there is similarity in question title and body with some past question, many experts will get just ***impression*** of re-post, maybe even wrong. It may result in reporting your question as re-post and actively ignoring it, even though by mistake. Don't provoke it. Either make sure your new question is distinctly different (by the way, search for similar posts may help you to get answers without asking; or you can find similar question and comment the expert's solution to ask this expert to explain you more or improve it), otherwise -- use my advice on "Improve question" above. --SA
R. S. Verma 4-May-11 2:25am    
gr8 thanks for ur great suggestion...
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 4-May-11 2:26am     CRLF
You're welcome. Hope it helps you. --SA

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I found solution of my problem
Gr8 Thankx to sridhar vattam's Article
thankx a lot...

Other developer can take help if they required from this link
<a href="">System Wide Hooking for the WM_CHAR Message</a>[<a href="" target="_blank" title="New Window">^</a>]
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