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QuestionBoth EnumchildWindows and GetWindow return NULL for a ChildWindow modeless dialogbox Pin
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QuestionHow Much of WM_USER+X is used by MFC Pin
Bram van Kampen9-Mar-16 15:14
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Well,

Using MFC, in a multithreaded environment, communication via SendMessage(...) is an essential.
Trying to sculpt WDK Messages for my own purpose. Use WM_USER+x, Major Crash,turned out, WM_USER+x was already used by MFC42 in a control I used in my Dialog!
has Anyone any idea what the range of messages are used or reserved by MFC in general, and what the Real Message range is, available to MFC developers.
++"#define WM_MFC_USERS 0xABXD1234

Or, something of that kind in some header somewhere. If this is the case, please let me know the Name and the value of the macro is.

Regards Smile | :)
Bram van Kampen

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