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Old 05-02-2009
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C# code : WndProc method

Hi,
I want to know that how can i hook up the WndProc method of a native window with my C# code?

Do you have any Ideas?
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Re: C# code : WndProc method

Hello Kiran!
Plz follow this link
http://blog.opennetcf.org/ayakhnin/P...7-aa485fada5c7
I hope this helps you!
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Re: C# code : WndProc method

Well This is not the think i am looking at but its a nice option for that But not for me.
Thanks anyways.
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Re: C# code : WndProc method

HEy So Do you want to subclass a native window from managed code? This is not possible.
Why dont you want the message pump with current .Net Compact Framework?
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Re: C# code : WndProc method

According to me you must try this!
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e...vop6%404ax.com

Lets hope this satisfies you!
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