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-User input and system notifications are sent by Windows to your application. You get a first look at each message inside the message loop. Every interactive Windows application must have a message loop, usually in its main procedure. The simplest message loop will just retrieve a message from the internal Windows message queue, and dispatch it to your application, where it is picked by your Window [[API:Procedure|Window Procedure]].+User input and system notifications are sent by Windows to your application. You get a first look at each message inside the message loop. Every interactive Windows application must have a message loop, usually in its main procedure. The simplest message loop will just retrieve a message from the internal Windows message queue, and dispatch it to your application, where it is picked by your Window [[API:Window Procedure|Window Procedure]].

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User input and system notifications are sent by Windows to your application. You get a first look at each message inside the message loop. Every interactive Windows application must have a message loop, usually in its main procedure. The simplest message loop will just retrieve a message from the internal Windows message queue, and dispatch it to your application, where it is picked by your Window Window Procedure.