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how to get a enter key event in edit box (WIN32 API PROGRAMMING)  ??

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how to get a enter key event in edit box (WIN32 API PROGRAMMING)  ??
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Specify the ES_WANTRETURN style.
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When you create the edit box, specifyt eh ES_WANTRETURN style.  If you want muiltiple lines to appear in the box you must also specify the ES_MULTILINE style.
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