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Message and Message Queue
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BroadcastSystemMessage
GetQueueStatus
MQCloseQueue
MQDeleteQueue
MQHandleToFormatName
MQOpenQueue
MQPathNameToFormatName
MQPurgeQueue
PeekMessage
PostMessage
PostQuitMessage
SendMessage
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COMCTL32 Calendar Control implements (surprise!) a calendar-like interface providing user with a intuitive and recognizable method of entering or selecting a date.
The control also provides the application with the means to obtain and set the date information in the control using existing data types.
 
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Created: 2009-12-06 17:56:58  
Modified: 2013-09-09 17:49:33  
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CallWindowProc
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DestroyWindow
GetWindowLong
SendMessage
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The Date and Time Picker can be programmed in nearly identical way.
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