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Sample source code on SetWindowsHookEx?

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Could somebody tell me how to use Win32 API SetWindowsHookEx, I am especially interested
in a key hook application.
Thanks a lot.
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The best answer for you is to go to the www.microsoft.com/msj and look at the mousewheel UnderTheHood example by Matt Pietrek.

If you can't find it, send me a message at vinniew@rocketmail.com and I'll e-mail you the code in a zip file.

Hasta,
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