I want to get a control's handle on Dialog.
But, I only have one thing information. It's control's caption.
(Already, It's finish to get the Dialog's handle)
I don't know control's ID and control's ClassName.
In my case, what can i do? :(
Would you like to help me out?
3 Answers Found
Thank you for your kind.
unfortunately, I want to content(method) in a thread thought i wrote as a "What can i use instead of the Function 'EnumChildWindows' on WINCE(WM 6.0)?".
However, I notice your Advice in that link.
We can use Findwindow API to get the handle base on its caption, see the method signature:
The second parameter is caption, the return value is the handle of the control, for more information:
Guang-Ming Bian - MSFT
I used to 'FindWindow' when i programming on WindowsOS.
But this case, i didn't use the Function 'FindWindow'. (Why? I found a this sentence : WinCE does not supported funtcion 'FindWindow'.)
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I hope Somebody help me.
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