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Callback Functions

 

Callback Functions are a function automatically called by Windows when an event occurs. Examples of window events are: button pressed, mouse moved, window resized, text typed, system events, ... there are hundred of events a callback function can trap.

 

thinBasic supports two kind of callback functions: Dialog Callback functions and Controls Callback functions.

 

Dialog Callback Function

 

A Dialog Callback is a function that is called when an event occurs into a particular window.

 

Control Callback Function

 

A Control Callback is a function that is called when a %WM_COMMAND or %WM_NOTIFY event is generated for a particular control.