using dwUser parameter of WAVEDHR ?

Posted on 2000-02-24
Last Modified: 2010-04-15
This is basically a yes/no question, but I'd really like to hear confident answers and not assumptions (as far as it possible)...
Well, can I use the dwUser parameter of the WAVEHDR struct for my own private purposes or is it reserved and/or used by any other wave API?
I couldn't find an absolute answer for that in the documentation.

Question by:dagan

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nils pipenbrinck earned 50 total points
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you can use it...

user data means that you can do with it what you want..


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