WINDOWs in the new RTL

To distinguish between Clarion WINDOW and APPLICATION structures, and Windows OS User objects, the following text uses upper-cased WINDOW for Clarion structures and a lower-case italic font for User objects: window. Every window  has 2 logical areas: Client area – rectangular part of window surface where window contents (controls) is drawing. The client area can … Continue reading WINDOWs in the new RTL