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MFC messages: How do I get lparam and wparam?

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All I want to do is have a function respond to some message with the wparam and lparam parameters.  But the best I can find is placing the ON_MESSAGE macro in the message map.  This doesn't give me lparam and wparam.  Any ideas?
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ON_MESSAGE does give you WPARAM and LPARAM. You pass in a name of a function into the macro. The declaration of the function is

  LRESULT MyFunc(WPARAM wp, LPARAM lp);

So when MyFunc gets called, it passes you both the wp and lp.

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