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Get font info of a edit control by Win32 API function

Posted on 2006-11-10
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Pls show me how to Get font info of a edit control by Win32 API function ?

Thanks.
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Question by:Harry_Kewell
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by:jkr
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If you have a pointer to the edit control, call 'GetFont()', e.g.

CEdit* pEdit = ...;

CFont* pFont = pEdit->GetFont();
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by:Harry_Kewell
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Could we do that in Win32 API (not MFC) ?
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jkr earned 250 total points
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Well, this is the MFC area... ;o)

But, using Win32, that would be

HFONT hFont = (HFONT) SendMessage(hEditCtrl,WM_GETFONT,0,0);

As the docs state:

WM_GETFONT
An application sends a WM_GETFONT message to a control to retrieve the font with which the control is currently drawing its text.

WM_GETFONT
wParam = 0; // not used, must be zero
lParam = 0; // not used, must be zero
 
Parameters
This message has no parameters.

Return Values
The return value is a handle to the font used by the control, or NULL if the control is using the system font.

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by:Harry_Kewell
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Thks jkr. Hope more help from you.
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