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TITLE : Full text of "borland :: Windows API Guide Reference Volume 3 1992"
Syntax BOOL CALLBACK AbortProc(hdc, error).......
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TITLE : Full text of "borland :: Windows API Guide Reference Volume 3 1992"
Syntax int SetAbortProc(hdc, abrtprc).......
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TITLE : Full text of "borland :: Windows API Guide Reference Volume 3 1992"
function SetAbortProc(DC: HDC; AbortProc: TAbortProc): Integer;.......
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TITLE : GDI Print API Functions (Windows)
BOOL CALLBACK AbortProc(.......
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TITLE : GDI Print API Functions (Windows)
int SetAbortProc(.......
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TITLE : Printing under Windows CE 6.0 - Stack Overflow
SetAbortProc(hdc, AbortProc);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10430333/printing-under-windows-ce-6-0
TITLE : How To Print a Document
// You always have to use an AbortProc()........
http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/139652/how-to-print-a-document
TITLE : How To Print a Document
if( SetAbortProc( hDC, AbortProc ) == SP_ERROR ).......
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TITLE : How To Print a Document
BOOL CALLBACK AbortProc( HDC hDC, int Error ).......
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TITLE : VC:EnumFontFamiliesExP΋clparam̕\voSbEmsdnnŖTbwEwbS
BOOL CALLBACK AbortProc(HDC hdc, int iError).......
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ret = SetAbortProc(hPrinterDC, (ABORTPROC) AbortProc);.......
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TITLE : Example of how to print a long CString across multiple pages of output using the MFC print architecture - CodeProject
// You always have to use an AbortProc().
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TITLE : Example of how to print a long CString across multiple pages of output using the MFC print architecture - CodeProject
if( SetAbortProc( hDC, AbortProc ) == SP_ERROR )
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TITLE : Example of how to print a long CString across multiple pages of output using the MFC print architecture - CodeProject
BOOL CALLBACK AbortProc( HDC hDC, int Error )
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TITLE : Example of how to print a long CString across multiple pages of output using the MFC print architecture - CodeProject
// You always have to use an AbortProc().
.......
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TITLE : Example of how to print a long CString across multiple pages of output using the MFC print architecture - CodeProject
if( SetAbortProc( hDC, AbortProc ) == SP_ERROR )
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TITLE : Printing by MFC WITHOUT Document/View architecture - CodeProject
BOOL CALLBACK _AbortProc(HDC, int).......
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TITLE : Printing by MFC WITHOUT Document/View architecture - CodeProject
dcPrint.SetAbortProc(_AbortProc);.......
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TITLE : Printing by MFC WITHOUT Document/View architecture - CodeProject
if (!_AbortProc(dcPrint.m_hDC, 0)).......
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TITLE : MacTech | The journal of Apple technology.
Normally, you'll call TestAbortProc() - one of the host callbacks - repeatedly during your main processing loop to catch "Command-Period" cancellations by your user. (This also has the effect of causing the secondhand on the watch cursor to keep ticking.) Any time TestAbortProc() returns TRUE, you should stuff a result code of -128 and return. Photoshop will terminate the plug-in operation without further ado........
http://www.mactech.com/articles/mactech/Vol.15/15.04/PhotoshopPlug-InsPart1
TITLE : Write a Windows Program for Printing - www.ubercode.com
The AbortProc is a call-back function called by GDI every few seconds while printing, and is called by some printer drivers during StartDoc(). The purpose of the AbortProc() is to allow processing of messages by the application and any other apps that happen to be running (eg Print Manager) - in effect it allows non-preemptive task switching to work properly. The AbortProc() is set using the Windows API SetAbortProc() function as follows:.......
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SetAbortProc(hdcPrinter, AbortProc());.......
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The AbortProc() should contain a "no-wait" PeekMessage() message loop which drops out when there are no more messages. It returns TRUE to allow printing to continue, or FALSE to cancel the print job. A simple AbortProc() looks like this:.......
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BOOL EXPORT CALLBACK AbortProc(HDC hdcPrinter, int iError).......
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The flag gfCancel is a global which is set to TRUE to cancel the print. It can be tested in AbortProc() and if set AbortProc() should return FALSE for cancel. If the printing code is placed in a DLL then globals should not be used (DLLs are supposed to be fully re-entrant) so the Cancel flag can be stored in a window control instead. For example there could be a checkbox which is set, or there could be a hidden control, or the button label could be changed to reflect the cancel request........
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