[PythonCE] Issuing WM_COMMAND

Alexandre Delattre alexandre.delattre at telecom-bretagne.eu
Thu May 28 05:22:26 CEST 2009


Hello Marc,

It is possible to send WM_COMMAND messages with pythonce, using ctypes to
interface native win32 

 Functions:

from ctypes import *

SendMessage = cdll.coredll.SendMessageW

 

WM_COMMAND = 0x111

SendMessage(hwnd, WM_COMMAND, wparam, lparam)

 

You can wrap other functions with ctypes to get the hwnd of the window you
want.

 

Hope it helps,

Alex

 

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De la part de Marc Grondin
Envoyé : mercredi 27 mai 2009 18:56
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Objet : [PythonCE] Issuing WM_COMMAND

 

Hello everyone,
I'm fairly new to python and pythonce and i have a quaetion. Is it possibble
to issue WM_COMMANDS on a WM device using pythonCE?(i have ver 2.5 from
october)

-- 
C-ya Later Take Care
Marc Grondin

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