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  • MODAL dlg code generator DLGPROC

    While I have had the time, I have written another small code
    generation tool that creates the function call DialogBox() and
    the message handling procedure for the MODAL dialog.
    http://www.pbq.com.au/home/hutch/pbdll50.htm

    The file is dlgproc.zip

    I have tidied the page up so that it should now be half
    intelligible and things should be easier to find.

    Hope the toy is useful.

    Regards,

    [email protected]

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    hutch at movsd dot com
    The MASM Forum

    www.masm32.com

  • #2
    Steve,
    Ain't you interested in PB60?
    Or is it just a html page you named pb5?

    Just askin'




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    • #3
      Edwin,

      Its a leftover from the page being started when PBDLL50 was
      current. Its mainly laziness that I have not changed the page
      name and the links that connect to it but I have at least tidied
      it up some and I hope it is not to difficult to negotiate.

      Regards,

      [email protected]

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      hutch at movsd dot com
      The MASM Forum

      www.masm32.com

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      • #4
        Thanks so much for ProStart and dbldr. I just downloaded dlgproc.zip
        too, (and MakeWin). Just in case the following experience will
        help somebody, though, I got "the blue screen of death" when I
        tried downloading subclass.zip (tried twice). I have a PIII @
        500 MHz, 128 MB Ram, running Windows 98SE. The second time, I
        couldn't even open the folder I tried to put the file in without
        another "BSD" .

        ".. http://www.pbq.com.au/home/hutch/pbdll50.htm

        The file is dlgproc.zip .."

        Probably Subclass.exe (98/8/14) is all I need anyway, right?
        That was in dbldr.exe. Thanks again! Alan.



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        • #5
          Alan,

          It sounds like a bandwidth problem, my home site is on a well behaved NT
          server so I dont know what has happened there. The SUBCLASS.ZIP is a later
          utility that does a lot more than the first one so if you send me your
          email address, I will email it directly to you. It is 22k in size so it
          should not be a problem.

          Just recently, a major cable near Singapore was damaged and while most
          stuff has been routed around it, there has been a bandwidth reduction here
          in Australia. This is probably the problem.

          Regards,

          [email protected]

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          hutch at movsd dot com
          The MASM Forum

          www.masm32.com

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