37 API Function starting with letter D
The DdeConnect function establishes a conversation with a server application that supports the specified service name and topic name pair. If more than one such server exists, the system selects only one....
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The DrawText function draws formatted text in the specified rectangle. It formats the text according to the specified method (expanding tabs, justifying characters, breaking lines, and so forth)....
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DeleteObject deletes an object after the program has finished using it. These objects include bitmaps, brushes, fonts, palettes, pens, and regions. Of course the object should never be deleted until it is no longer in use by any devices (see the example for a demonstration). Deleting the object free...
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The DrawEdge function draws one or more edges of rectangle....
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The DrawAnimatedRects function draws a wire-frame rectangle and animates it to indicate the opening of an icon or the minimizing or maximizing of a window....
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Removes the file associated with the source name from the cache, if the file exists....
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The DdeUninitialize function frees all Dynamic Data Exchange Management Library (DDEML) resources associated with the calling application....
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The DdeNameService function registers or unregisters the service names a dynamic data exchange (DDE) server supports. This function causes the system to send XTYP_REGISTER or XTYP_UNREGISTER transactions to other running Dynamic Data Exchange Management Library (DDEML) client applications....
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DeleteDC destroys a device context (DC) which was created by CreateDC. Your program should delete a device context once it has finished using it in order to conserve resources. Do not use this function to close a device context gotten from GetDC -- for those, use ReleaseDC instead.
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The DispatchMessage function dispatches a message to a window procedure. It is typically used to dispatch a message retrieved by the GetMessage function....
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The DrawFrameControl function draws a frame control of the specified type and style....
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The DrawState function displays an image and applies a visual effect to indicate a state, such as a disabled or default state....
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The DefMDIChildProc function provides default processing for any window message that the window procedure of a multiple document interface (MDI) child window does not process. A window message not processed by the window procedure must be passed to the DefMDIChildProc function, not to the DefWindowP...
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The DdeInitialize function registers an application with the Dynamic Data Exchange Management Library (DDEML). An application must call this function before calling any other DDEML function....
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The DdeFreeStringHandle function frees a string handle in the calling application....
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The DeviceIoControl function sends a control code directly to a specified device driver, causing the corresponding device to perform the corresponding operation....
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The DeviceCapabilities function retrieves the capabilities of a printer device driver....
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The DllRegisterServer function adds entries associated with a Cluster Administrator extension DLL to the system registry. Client-side registration must be done on each machine on which the Cluster Administrator program is executed....
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DEVMODE-type variables store information about various settings and properties of a device, such as a printer. Some of the properties only apply to certain devices; for example, the dmDisplayFrequency has no meaning for a printer. Look at the dmFields member to determine which of the structure's mem...
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DEVNAMES-type variables store some information about a device. This information includes the device driver name, the device name, and the names of any output ports it uses. Note that instead of storing strings in the usual way, this structure puts all three strings into extra, where null characters ...
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