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Starting 16bit app by CreateProcess. window handle ?

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When a 16bit Windows App. is started under Windows NT / 95 using CreateProcess(...), how can I find out the window created by the new process ?
(EnumWindows, GetWindowThreadID does not work)
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Question by:Mathias011997
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Well I try not to tell people this very often but the answer to this question is WAY beyond the scope of this site and WAY beyond 100 points  of "answer". Sorry
So... To get ya going, I'm going to refer you to an excellent book that cover this subject in depth....(at least the most depth I have encountered..)
Matt Pietrek's
"Windows 95 System Programming Secrets"
ISBN 1-56884-318-6
Excellent book
I'd go as far as calling it a "Must Have"....
Check Chapter 7 I think....
Good luck
Chuck
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