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GetCharacterPlacement. How do I get it to work ?

Posted on 1997-04-05
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Hi,

I need to use GetCharacterPlacement API function to reorder a string
before adding it to a list box in a Hebrew system.

I couldn't get it to work (I always get a return value of 0).

Could anyone please help me with this ?

Thanks

Oran
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by:markusk
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Is your program running under Win32s, Windows 95 or Windows NT?
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Is your program running under Win32s, Windows 95 or Windows NT?
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My program is running under Windows 95.
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Make sure that the lStructSize member of the GCP_Results structure is initialized to the structure size :

Results.lStructSize=sizeof(GCP_RESULTS);

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