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Old March 16th, 2013, 03:44 PM
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Default Clarification about Wndproc being the heart of the code

I am reading this book and I need to know how the message loop, that is the soul of the code, calls the heart of the code, the WndProc and where? The programming language is C and I am familiar with Java. I see what's going on but I need some one to help break down this code for me, so I can continue reading the book. Thank you.
 
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can you put the code here?





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