"CWnd"-"HWnd","CBitmap"-"HBitmap"...., What is mean by "

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    "CWnd"-"HWnd","CBitmap"-"HBitmap"...., What is the meaning of 'C' & 'H' ???

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    Last edited by L.O.K.; 12-01-2002 at 07:59 AM.

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    H (ie: hwnd, hmutex, hinstance, ect ..) usually stands for handle, so hwnd is in short, handle to window.

    C (ie: Cwnd, CBitmap) usually stands for class, so Cwnd is class wnd.

    Both are just parts of common Windows notations that make variables easier to identify.

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    Originally posted by Sindol
    H (ie: hwnd, hmutex, hinstance, ect ..) usually stands for handle, so hwnd is in short, handle to window.

    C (ie: Cwnd, CBitmap) usually stands for class, so Cwnd is class wnd.

    Both are just parts of common Windows notations that make variables easier to identify.
    THX.

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