C language function:ExtractIconEx sample codes

Search sample code in the internet.It is the result.


TITLE : Menu Icons v2 - Scripts and Functions - AutoHotkey Community
ExtractIconEx() is used on earlier versions of Windows, as PrivateExtractIcons() is not available. This supports 16x16 and 32x32 icons only. Other sizes may be specified, but the icon will be stretched to fit, regardless of which sizes are available in the source file. (However, LoadImage() can still be used to load the first icon of any given size from an .ico file.).......
http://autohotkey.com/board/topic/20253-menu-icons-v2/


TITLE : Game Gear • Journal • benryves.com
If (ExtractIconEx(plainIconName, iconIndex, iconLarge, iconSmall, 1) > 0) Then.......
http://benryves.com/journal/tags/Game_Gear/all
TITLE : Win32 system tray icon - Everything2.com
ExtractIconEx( szIconFile, 23, NULL, &(nid.hIcon), 1 );.......
http://everything2.com/title/Win32+system+tray+icon
TITLE : GitHub - TsudaKageyu/IconExtractor: Icon Extractor Library for .NET
Extract all the variations of an icon from .DLL/.EXE, including the ones ExtractIconEx() can't extract........
http://github.com/TsudaKageyu/IconExtractor
TITLE : ExtractIconEx function (Windows)
UINT WINAPI ExtractIconEx(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms648069(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : NSIS: Nullsoft Scriptable Install System / Bugs / #1125 Code execution / Privilege escalation problems with NSIS installers
It's good to use SetSearchPathMode() even if you don't use SearchPath() Some Windows APIs follow the "do not use" practice of using SearchPath() and passing the result to LoadLibrary() (e.g., CryptAcquireContext() on XP, or ExtractIconEx() on XP through Win7) so you may want to call SetSearchPathMode() to avoid this potential source of issue even if your own code avoids this behavior........
http://sourceforge.net/p/nsis/bugs/1125/
TITLE : c# - Correct usage of the ExtractIconEx nIconIndex parameter? - Stack Overflow
private static extern int ExtractIconEx(string sFile, int iIndex, out IntPtr piLargeVersion, out IntPtr piSmallVersion, int amountIcons);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24786234/correct-usage-of-the-extracticonex-niconindex-parameter
TITLE : c# - Correct usage of the ExtractIconEx nIconIndex parameter? - Stack Overflow
ExtractIconEx(@"%SystemRoot%\system32\Vault.dll", 1, out largeIconPtr, out smallIconPtr, 1);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24786234/correct-usage-of-the-extracticonex-niconindex-parameter
TITLE : c# - Correct usage of the ExtractIconEx nIconIndex parameter? - Stack Overflow
ExtractIconEx(@"%SystemRoot%\system32\Vault.dll", -1, out largeIconPtr, out smallIconPtr, 1);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24786234/correct-usage-of-the-extracticonex-niconindex-parameter
TITLE : c# - Correct usage of the ExtractIconEx nIconIndex parameter? - Stack Overflow
ExtractIconEx(@"%SystemRoot%\System32\telephon.cpl", 100, out largeIconPtr, out smallIconPtr, 1);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24786234/correct-usage-of-the-extracticonex-niconindex-parameter
TITLE : c# - Correct usage of the ExtractIconEx nIconIndex parameter? - Stack Overflow
ExtractIconEx(@"%SystemRoot%\System32\telephon.cpl", -100, out largeIconPtr, out smallIconPtr, 1);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24786234/correct-usage-of-the-extracticonex-niconindex-parameter
TITLE : c++ - Difference between ExtractIcon and ExtractAssociatedIcon? Need to extract icon of specific size - Stack Overflow
::ExtractIconEx(L"mstsc.exe", -13011, hIcons, NULL, 4);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37370241/difference-between-extracticon-and-extractassociatedicon-need-to-extract-icon-o
TITLE : 【PB】PowerBuilder API Site
FUNCTION ulong ExtractIconEx(ref string lpszFile,ulong nIconIndex,ref ulong phiconLarge,ref ulong phiconSmall,ulong nIcons) LIBRARY "shell32.dll" ALIAS FOR "ExtractIconExA".......
http://www.360doc.com/content/13/0216/20/11408198_266000549.shtml
TITLE : System Image List
ExtractIconEx(strIconPath,34, phiconLarge, phiconSmall, 1); //load desktop icon on index 4.......
http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/controls/controls/article.php/c2169/System-Image-List.htm
TITLE : System Image List
ExtractIconEx(strIconPath,15, &phiconLarge[1], &phiconSmall[1], 1); //load mycomputer icon on index 5.......
http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/controls/controls/article.php/c2169/System-Image-List.htm
TITLE : Icon Extractor Shell Extension - CodeProject
UINT ExtractIconEx(LPCTSTR lpszFile, int nIconIndex, HICON FAR *phiconLarge, HICON FAR *phiconSmall, UINT nIcons).......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1139/Icon-Extractor-Shell-Extension
TITLE : Icon Extractor Shell Extension - CodeProject
which can extract icons from executable files, dynamic-link libraries (DLL), or icon files. The function ExtractIcon() could also be used, but it extracts only the large icons. First we need to see if there are any icons in the file. For this purpose, in the function QueryContextMenu() I called ExtractIconEx() with the nIconIndex parameter set to -1 and the phiconLarge and phiconSmall parameters set both to NULL:.......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1139/Icon-Extractor-Shell-Extension
TITLE : Icon Extractor Shell Extension - CodeProject
int nIcons = (int)ExtractIconEx(m_szFile, -1, NULL, NULL, 0);.......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1139/Icon-Extractor-Shell-Extension
TITLE : Icon Extractor Shell Extension - CodeProject
ExtractIconEx(m_szFile, 0, &hIconLarge, &hIconSmall, 1);.......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1139/Icon-Extractor-Shell-Extension
TITLE : Icon Extractor Shell Extension - CodeProject
int nIcons = (int)ExtractIconEx(m_szFile, -1, NULL, NULL, 0);.......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1139/Icon-Extractor-Shell-Extension
TITLE : Icon Extractor Shell Extension - CodeProject
ExtractIconEx(m_szFile, 0, &hIconLarge, &hIconSmall, 1);.......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1139/Icon-Extractor-Shell-Extension
TITLE : Changing SHORTCUT ICON by programming - Delphi Pages Forums
if ExtractIconEx(pchar(FileName), IconIndex,.......
http://www.delphipages.com/forum/showthread.php@t=22793
search Google

https://www.google.com/#q=ExtractIconEx