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RegisterWindowMesage()or send message to system queue

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How to use RegisterWindowMesage() API function ?
How can a process send a message such as WM_MYMESSAGE to
the system queue and this process do not analysis this message. After that the WM_MYMESSAGE will be analysis by
others for process.
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