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Stored procedures
Modifies the display status of a window.
Note: SysWinShow is mainly used to display a window that was not created by WINDEV. The handle number of this window is returned by SysWinHandle.
Example
// Display the "Microsoft Word - 2000 Sales.DOC" window
ResHandle = SysWinHandle("Microsoft Word - Sales 2000.DOC")
ResWindowShow = SysWinShow(ResHandle, swsVisible)
Syntax
<Result> = SysWinShow(<Window Handle> [, <Type of Display>])
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the specified window was displayed beforehand,
  • False otherwise.
<Window Handle>: Integer
Handle of window to use. This handle is returned by SysWinHandle.
<Type of Display>: Optional constant
Indicates the status of the specified window:
swsHideMakes the window invisible and activates another window.
swsIconicMinimizes the window.
Windows Mobile This constant is not available.
swsMaximizeMaximizes the window.
Windows Mobile This constant is not available.
swsMinimizeMinimizes the window.
Windows Mobile This constant is not available.
swsNormal
(Default value)
Displays the window in its initial size and position
swsRefreshRefreshes the window
swsActivateActivates an inactive window
swsRestoreRestores a window to its initial size and position.
Windows Mobile This constant is not available.
swsVisibleMakes a window visible and displays it with its initial size and position (if the window was made invisible by the swsHide constant)
Remarks

Windows window

SysWinShow should not be used with the WINDEV windows. We recommend that you use the following functions: Restore, Maximize, WinStatus, Iconize, ...
Windows Mobile

Operating mode in GO mode and at run time

In GO mode (simulation on the development computer), the window must be found on the development computer.
At run time, the window must be found on the Pocket PC.
The differences between GO mode (simulator) and real use are presented in Differences between GO mode and real use.
Components
WINDEVReports and Queries wd230std.dll
Windows Mobile wp230std.dll
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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