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Please fix my Win32 code

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Can someone have a gander at this URL:

http://www.catapultic.com/WindowsProgramming.html

and tell me why I never get a title bar to appear? For some reason, I always get a square.

I would think that a title bar would appear even if I didn't have a resource script... right?

thanks,
-Dan
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You haven't included WS_CAPTION as a dwStyle (fourth parameter to CreateWindowEx).

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