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Returns the full height of the window (including the border, menu bar and title).
Remark: The WinOutHeight function is equivalent to the Height property (<Window>.Height).
Example
// Height of "WIN_EditCustomer" window
ResHeight = WinOutHeight(WIN_EditCustomer)
Syntax
<Result> = WinOutHeight([<Window>])
<Result>: Integer
Window height (in pixels).
<Window>: Optional window name
Name or alias of the window to be used. If this parameter is not specified or if it corresponds to an empty string (""), the height of the current window is returned.
Remarks

Difference between the result of WinOutHeight and the resolution

The result of WinOutHeight used on a maximized window may be 8 pixels more that the resolution because WinOutHeight takes into account the "Border" of the window outside the screen (4 pixels on each side).
Therefore, for a resolution of 1280x1024, WinOutHeight and WinOutWidth return 1288x1032.
Component: wd270obj.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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