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    Resolved [RESOLVED] how create an empty DC with window size?

    how can i create an empty DC with window size?
    (for i use bitblt().... i try CreateCompatibleDC() with CreateCompatibleBitmap() SelectObject() but seems not working... because the bitblt() don't give me results)
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    Re: how create an empty DC with window size?

    You have to select an hBitmap into a Dc for to set its size. Create an hBitmap the same size as your screen and then use SelectObject to place it into the Dc.
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    Re: how create an empty DC with window size?

    Quote Originally Posted by Niya View Post
    You have to select an hBitmap into a Dc for to set its size. Create an hBitmap the same size as your screen and then use SelectObject to place it into the Dc.
    thanks... now i understand why we need 2 hbitmap
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