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GetAllWindowPos()

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I want to get the possition of a child window, and the main window Like this:

RECT GetWindowPos(hwnd); {But if i call the get rect function, it tells me that my rect.left always = 0
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I think you mean GetWindowRect

RECT rect ;
::GetWindowRect( hWnd, &rect ) ;

This will return screen coordinates of a window.  If you need them in client coords (e.g. for a child) use ScreenToClient

::ScreenToClient( GetParent(hWnd), (LPPOINT)&(rect.left) ) ;
::ScreenToClient( GetParent(hWnd), (LPPOINT)&(rect.right) ) ;
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Year That works fine Thanks !!
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