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How to handle Windows message

Posted on 2003-12-05
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Here is what I have and what I want:

1. I am quite new in VB :)
2. I have my own active x control written in C++.
3. I want to send a windows message with the help of SendMessage api function from this dll to a VB application
4. I want to handle this message in VB application
5. More over - I want to handle this in the main form of my application, not in separate module. Most preferred solution is if I can create new form event.

It is possible?


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