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how to get BITMAPINFO out from HBITMAP?

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how do get the BITMAPINFO structure from a give HBITMAP bitmap handle ?
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Look at GetDIBits Win32 API
hBitmap on INPUT
BITMAPINFO on OUTPUT
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thanx stsanz.
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