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When you click the button which is in the rightmost of caption bar
(there are minimaze button, maximize button, and this button-the shape of 'x'),
what message is generated and what handler is called?
Thank you in advance.
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The message that is generated is WM_CLOSE.  It is usually intercepted to prevent the program from closing when that button is pressed (although I suppose you could do something else with it).

What compiler are you using?  I might be able to help you better if I knew.

Also, if you have any further questions, please feel free to ask them.  Thanks!
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