Microsoft KB Archive/100408
DOC: Incorrect Documentation for LineDDA Function
3.10 WINDOWS kbprg kbdocerr
On page 568 of the Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) "Programmer's Reference, Volume 2: Functions" manual, the documentation for LineDDA incorrectly describes the lParam parameter. The explanation for lParam reads:
lParam Points to 32 bits of application-defined data that is passed to the callback function.
The description of the lParam parameter should read as follows:
lParam Specifies a 32-bit application-defined value that LineDDA passes to the callback function.
An application calling LineDDA can pass more than 32 bits of data to the callback function by allocating a buffer and passing a pointer to the buffer in lParam.
Additional query words: 3.10 docerr
Keywords : kbdocfix kb16bitonly kbDSupport kbSDKWin16
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Last Reviewed: July 3, 1999