What's the difference between win32ui and win32gui?

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  1. Corwan

    Corwan Guest

    What's the difference between win32ui and win32gui?
    Corwan, Feb 1, 2004
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    Mark Hammond Guest

    Corwan wrote:
    > What's the difference between win32ui and win32gui?


    win32ui is an attempt to wrap MFC, which is itself an object oriented
    wrapper around the Windows GUI API (ie, a "window" is an object, and has
    methods). win32gui is a lower-level interface to the raw API (ie, a
    window is represented by an integer handle, and all functions are global)

    Naming things has never been my strong point, especially given the
    benefit of hindsight <wink>

    Mark.
    Mark Hammond, Feb 1, 2004
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