D - Transselector pointers ...
~Gh0sT~ <~Gh0sT~_member pathlink.com> writes:
What about long pointers in D? How I may receive data from different selector? This is a fragment of "Win32 Programmer's Reference" (about CBTProc): ..... LRESULT CALLBACK CBTProc( int nCode, // hook code WPARAM wParam, // depends on hook code LPARAM lParam // depends on hook code ); ........ nCode: HCBT_ACTIVATE wParam: Specifies the handle of the window about to be activated. lParam: Specifies a LONG POINTER to a CBTACTIVATESTRUCT structure containing the handle of the active window and specifies whether the activation is changing because of a mouse click. ....... ~Gh0sT~ [frankenstein fastmail.fm]
May 26 2003
"Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"~Gh0sT~" <~Gh0sT~_member pathlink.com> wrote in message news:batl40$23ns$1 digitaldaemon.com...What about long pointers in D? How I may receive data from different selector?
A "long pointer" under Win32 is the same as a short pointer, i.e. a regular 32 bit pointer. The term "long pointer" is a vestige of the 16 bit world.
Jun 01 2003