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Win32 function to setpos in CProgressCtrl?

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I need a Win32 function to set the position of a progress
bar, CProgressCtrl. I've scanned the help files but I
can't find anything.
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Question by:esdave
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::SendMessage(m_hWnd, PBM_SETPOS, nPos, 0L);


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by:hotheart
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Sorry..

I think that you should not use PBM_SETPOS message.
The reason is because the range of progress control is 0 to 65,535.
PBM_SETRANGE message use MAKELPARAM macro.
This macro combine both nLower and nUpper.
nLower and nUpper is the range of control.

My answer is you create your progress control.
There is a source code at "http://www.concentric.net/~cgalbrai".
Good lucks!
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