Nedd help with CPen.Create

Hiya,
  I can't figure out why my createpen is failing. I'm trying to create a green pen with a width of 40 pixels. The create pen method keeps returning 0

Thanks,
 jer

  const int GRAPH_HEIGHT = 100;      
      CPen        pen;                              // Pen object
      CRect        rect;
      LOGBRUSH  logBrush ;

      CDC *pDC = GetDC();

      logBrush.lbStyle = PS_SOLID | PS_GEOMETRIC | PS_ENDCAP_SQUARE;

      logBrush.lbColor = RGB( 0, 255, 0 );
      logBrush.lbHatch = 0;
      
      //Create a green pen
      BOOL bResult = pen.CreatePen( logBrush.lbStyle, 40, &logBrush, 0, NULL );

      // Set the pen.
      pDC->SelectObject( &pen );

      
pipeAsked:
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pipeAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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chensuCommented:
logBrush.lbStyle = BS_SOLID;
logBrush.lbColor = RGB(0, 255, 0);
logBrush.lbHatch = 0;

BOOL bResult = pen.CreatePen(PS_SOLID | PS_GEOMETRIC | PS_ENDCAP_SQUARE, 40, &logBrush, 0, NULL);
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pipeAuthor Commented:
I gave you another 100 points. I have one more little question first. Using the  PS_ENDCAP_FLAT |PS_ENDCAP_SQUARE flags doesnt seem to make the ends of the lines square or flat. Do you know why this is?

thanks,
 jer
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chensuCommented:
"Windows 95 and Windows 98: The PS_ENDCAP_ROUND, PS_ENDCAP_SQUARE, PS_ENDCAP_FLAT, PS_JOIN_BEVEL, PS_JOIN_MITER, and PS_JOIN_ROUND styles are supported only for geometric pens when used to draw paths."
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