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Var

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4/8/2010

This structure depicts the organization of data in a file-version resource. It typically contains a list of language and code page identifier pairs that the version of the application or DLL supports.

This structure is not a true C-language structure because it contains variable-length members.


typedef struct Var {
  WORD wLength;
  WORD wValueLength;
  WORD wType;
  WCHAR szKey[];
  WORD Padding[];
  DWORD Value[];
} Var;

wLength

The length, in bytes, of the Var structure.

wValueLength

The length, in bytes, of the Value member.

wType

The type of data in the version resource. This member is 1 if the version resource contains text data and 0 if the version resource contains binary data.

szKey

The Unicode string "Translation".

Padding

Zero words, as many as are needed to align the Value member on a 32-bit boundary.

Value

An array of one or more values that are language and code page identifier pairs. For more information, see the Remarks section.

If you use the Var structure to list the languages that your application or DLL supports instead of using multiple version resources, use the Value member to contain an array of DWORD values indicating the language and code page combinations supported by this file.

The low-order word of each DWORD must contain a Microsoft language identifier, and the high-order word must contain the IBM code page number. Either high-order or low-order word can be zero, indicating that the file is language or code page independent. If the Var structure is omitted, the file will be interpreted as both language and code page independent.

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This structure was created solely to depict the organization of data in a version resource and does not appear in any of the header files shipped with an SDK for a Windows Embedded CE OS.

Windows Embedded CEWindows CE 3.0 and later
Windows MobileWindows Mobile Version 5.0 and later
NoteThis structure was created solely to depict the organization of data in a version resource and does not appear in any of the header files shipped with an SDK for a Windows Embedded CE OS.

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