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WM_CHAR in Dialogs

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How can I get the WM_CHAR Messages in a dialog class. I work with MFC 4.1.
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You need to use SetWindowHookEx and install a WH_MSGHOOK type hook.  The hook is called before dispatching a keyboard or mouse message.  




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