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You most likely noticed that ES_READONLY was bold and underlined. This brings me to my question. When I dont use ES_READONLY in a "EDIT" it has white background, but when I do use ES_READONLY it has a grey background. Is there any way to use ES_READONLY, and remain with a white background.
VAR_NAME = CreateWindowEx (
I have searched forever on MSDN (must not be using right keywords), but how do I output a string variable or a Int variable to my window. I looked on MSDN under SetWindowText();, DrawText(), and TextOut(), but sadly to no avail
Any answers will be greatly appreciated.