Posted on 2006-06-17
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
Does anybody know the value of this undocumented window message ?

A Google seaerch yield the following result :  0x0118  but my VB code doesn't recognise it.

Anybody knows the HexaDecimal equivalent or Decimal equivalent  of the 0x0118 ??

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This has a value of 280 in decimal numbering.

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Thank you both.
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You're welcome. (don't forget to assign/split points)
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I only recieve that message in the VB IDE using a simple peek message. This message doesn't seem to be much of anything useful.

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