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Using User32's SetFocus

Posted on 1997-07-07
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I want to to use the user32.dll's API:
SetFocus(myHWND);
But Delphi thinks I want to use the
method SetFocus which takes no
parameters, what do I do?
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Question by:dr_gonzo
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erajoj earned 40 total points
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Just like this:

  Windows.SetFocus(...);

/// John
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by:dr_gonzo
ID: 1338362
YES, my compiler stops telling
me I'm a bad guy...
...BUT The window still hasn't
got the focus, proberly my variable
messing things up,
TNXe6,
Dr. Gonzo
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