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Why can't I retrieve info ?

Posted on 2000-03-19
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I createprocess a process in my process and call findwindow() to get a specified window handle but I fail.
The logic behind is very simple but why I fail?
i get nuts lunatic ,plz help asap.
 
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by:AlexVirochovsky
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Can you post here snippet of you code?
And use GetLastError() for detect the
reason of error.
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Wyn earned 300 total points
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Add WaitForInputIdle() before FindWindow().
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by:bb_2000
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Thank you.
I really appreciate your comment.It works !
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