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How to use CDC::Polygon

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How do I create a pointer to an array of points in a form that CDC::Polygon would like ?
The on-line help tells me to pass a pointer to an array of CPoint objects or POINT structs, I created a pointer to an array (CPoint *pointarray[4];) but the compiler just laughs at me.

Any help greatly appreciated.

David Murphy
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CPoint ptArray[ 4 ];
ptArray[0].x = ...

dc.Polygon( &ptArray, 4 );

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