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CWinAppEx::InitContextMenuManager

Initializes the CContextMenuManager object.

BOOL InitContextMenuManager();

Nonzero if the method creates the CContextMenuManager object; 0 if the CContextMenuManager object already exists.

If you call CWinAppEx::GetContextMenuManager, the default implementation of that method calls InitContextMenuManager.

If your application already has a context menu manager and you call InitContextMenuManager, your application will have an ASSERT failure. Therefore, you should not call InitContextMenuManager if you create a CContextMenuManager object directly. If you are not using a custom CContextMenuManager, you should use GetContextMenuManager to create a CContextMenuManager object.

Header: afxwinappex.h

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