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Windows class describes common properties of all windows that will be created using that class. The system provides a set of built-in classes for [[Standard Controls]]. To create user-defined windows (see [[Windows]]), you need to ''register'' your own window class. Windows class describes common properties of all windows that will be created using that class. The system provides a set of built-in classes for [[Standard Controls]]. To create user-defined windows (see [[Windows]]), you need to ''register'' your own window class.
==Functions== ==Functions==
-===Classes===+* [[WinMain]]
-* [[RegisterClass|RegisterClass, RegisterClassEx]]+===Window Class===
-* [[GetClassInfo|GetClassInfo, GetClassInfoEx]]+* [[RegisterClassEx]]
-===Procedures===+* [[UnregisterClass]]
 +* [[GetClassInfoEx]]
 +* [[System Classes]]
 +===Window Procedure===
* [[Window Procedure]] * [[Window Procedure]]
* [[DefWindowProc]] * [[DefWindowProc]]
-===Messages===+===Message===
* [[SendMessage]] * [[SendMessage]]
* [[PostMessage]] * [[PostMessage]]
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* [[GetMessage]] * [[GetMessage]]
* [[DispatchMessage]] * [[DispatchMessage]]
 +===Atom===
 +* See [[ATOM]]
 +
==Data Types== ==Data Types==
-* [[WNDCLASS|WNDCLASS, WNDCLASSEX]]+* [[WNDCLASSEX]]
* [[Window Message]] * [[Window Message]]
 +* [[ATOM]]
 +* [[MSG]]

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Windows class describes common properties of all windows that will be created using that class. The system provides a set of built-in classes for Standard Controls. To create user-defined windows (see Windows), you need to register your own window class.

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Window Class

Window Procedure

Message

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Data Types