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which graphics header file in unix defines the following variable
like RECT, POINT, HWND, HANDLE , HMENU, INT 16, int 32 etc.
 
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None.
Those are Window type variables.
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Unix does not have RECT, POINT, HWND, HANDLE , HMENU types.

All thoese types are windows types, and you can not use them in unix.

If you need to do windows in unix you need to use X-Windows supported functions.
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X-Windows does not use those variable types, so those types would not even help you with X-Windows either.
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Thanx a lot for your reply

could u please also tell for sun, which X  window  will do well, it is X11 or Motif
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