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Getting OWL app's hInstance

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I am having a big time problem trying to get the HINSTANCE of my OWL app! All I need it for is to send it to TDib's constructor so I can load a TDib from my resources. I have tried using many techniques, including using GetWindowClass(), and GetWindowLong(). I keep getting General Protection Faults every time I try to get the HINSTANCE. Please Help!
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Hi!

I use that code

HINSTANCE hInstance = *GetApplication();    // from application
HINSTANCE hInstance = ::Module->GetInstance();  // from DLL

Hope this helps!
Jean-Paul

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Thanks! It worked!
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