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Copy Window's DC to a buffer

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I have a window's handle that is displaying an image. I know this image's size. How can I copy the data of that image to a buffer? I know how to use the bitblt function to copy from window to window.
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Use GetDIBits API.

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what do I use for the handle of the bit map?
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create a bitmap compatible to hDC using CreateCompatibleBitmap API

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