The SetViewportExtEx function sets the horizontal and vertical extents of the viewport for a device context by using the specified values.
BOOL SetViewportExtEx( _In_ HDC hdc, _In_ int nXExtent, _In_ int nYExtent, _Out_ LPSIZE lpSize );
- hdc [in]
A handle to the device context.
- nXExtent [in]
The horizontal extent, in device units, of the viewport.
- nYExtent [in]
The vertical extent, in device units, of the viewport.
- lpSize [out]
A pointer to a SIZE structure that receives the previous viewport extents, in device units. If lpSize is NULL, this parameter is not used.
If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.
If the function fails, the return value is zero.
The viewport refers to the device coordinate system of the device space. The extent is the maximum value of an axis. This function sets the maximum values for the horizontal and vertical axes of the viewport in device coordinates (or pixels). When mapping between page space and device space, SetWindowExtEx and SetViewportExtEx determine the scaling factor between the window and the viewport. For more information, see Transformation of Coordinate Spaces.
When the following mapping modes are set, calls to the SetWindowExtEx and SetViewportExtEx functions are ignored.
When MM_ISOTROPIC mode is set, an application must call the SetWindowExtEx function before it calls SetViewportExtEx. Note that for the MM_ISOTROPIC mode certain portions of a nonsquare screen may not be available for display because the logical units on both axes represent equal physical distances.
For an example, see Invalidating the Client Area.
Minimum supported client
|Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]|
- Coordinate Spaces and Transformations Overview
- Coordinate Space and Transformation Functions
Build date: 6/12/2013