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Hicel



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Hicel
Hi again,
Is there a way to find out what function COM's have?
because in Iczelion's tutorial about Common Controls you have to know these functions like

invoke SendMessage,hwndProgress,PBM_SETRANGE,0,eax
invoke SendMessage,hwndProgress,PBM_SETSTEP,10,0

*Note: hwndProgress < was created with CreateWindowEx

The problem is I want to create a common control and i wan't to know which functions it provide.. like adding an item to a 'LISTBOX'..
I hope you unterstood my problem..

Regards,
Hicel
Post 25 Sep 2004, 10:53
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decard



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What about looking at win32.hlp or msdn.com?
Post 25 Sep 2004, 11:01
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Madis731



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More information, than I can handle is in the MSDN and the OLE/COM viewer attached to this post

P.S. hope you know http://www.7-zip.org Wink otherwise the exe is 150KB Razz

P.P.S. These DLLs it needs came with some Visual Basic but I don't have them but it works without them fine...if you can find them somewhere on the net, fun if you could let me know Cool

EDIT: Attachment removed, I hope everybody had their chance to download it.

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Post 25 Sep 2004, 11:05
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Hmm...decard was faster Very Happy
Post 25 Sep 2004, 11:05
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Hicel



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decard wrote:
What about looking at win32.hlp or msdn.com?

No I wan't to get the functions and then show all functions listed.
Don't get it wrong i don't want a complete solution for that just a starting point.
Because I have no idea how to do that.
Post 25 Sep 2004, 11:09
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Hicel



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Sry Madis731.. i posted my reply while you posted your reply
looks like some good information i will look at this! Many thanks!!!
(BTW: Attached Zip is corrupted Wink)
Post 25 Sep 2004, 11:11
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Madis731



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Actually its not corrupted, but the forum does not allow "*.7z" format so I changed it to zip!

NB! It does NOT open with WinZip, NetZip, ...but ONLY 7-zip (with 7-zip it opens without needing to change to zip)
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vbVeryBeginner



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download a more 920 KB to extract this special zip.
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well, this 7zip really sounds like microsoft,
they just ignore the common standard Sad

just pressing the cancel downloading button,
no way this stuff to be inside the pc Sad
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Madis731



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Madis731
Ok, updated oleview - JUST for you Very Happy
I can't believe you're not using 7zip - its the best AND its free!
What do you mean by "ignore the common standards"? If
you mean zip and rar or gz, tar, arj then it can open them too!

well, that said hope you can open it now with WinZip/Rar/Ace etc Wink
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thanks madis731, u r nice Razz

well, u claimed it is best and free, ok, i would try it in the future Smile
who knows i would love it :p
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i just downloaded it
but Sad 7zip doesn't SUPPORT my little win95 :6
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Madis731



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Oh THAT is the problem. I see now. OK, sorry about that, but now its in zip.

P.S. Maybe its time to ugprade?! jump to a 2K. Gotta luv the taskmanager capabilities Very Happy and of course the managing of all kinds of services Wink
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Quote:

jump to a 2K

i been using 95,98,NT,2000,XP and 2003 before, but i still preffer 95 :p
btw, win95 setup (clean quick formatted drive) is done in less than 5 minutes on my PC :p
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with i865 GBFL or GLC 2000 can also be installed very fast - but that is not the main reason (I don't install every day Razz) for I have my eyes on that USB support that 9x lack of a bit. I turned off all gadgets and webinterfaces on my 2000 and its superbly fast.
But I admire your persistancy (I don't hate 95) because I've been persuaded to move to XP, but its looking too funny (I'm better off with MeOS Wink)
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