DrawIconEx
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DrawIconEx (Compact 2013)

3/28/2014

This function draws an icon in the specified device context, performing the raster operations as specified.


BOOL DrawIconEx(
  HDC hdc, 
  int xLeft, 
  int yTop, 
  HICON hIcon, 
  int cxWidth, 
  int cyWidth, 
  UINT istepIfAniCur, 
  HBRUSH hbrFlickerFreeDraw, 
  UINT diFlags
); 

hdc

[in] Handle to the device context for a window.

xLeft

[in] Specifies the logical x-coordinate of the upper-left corner of the icon.

yTop

[in] Specifies the logical y-coordinate of the upper-left corner of the icon.

hIcon

[in] Handle to the icon to be drawn. The icon resource must have been previously loaded by using the LoadImage function.

cxWidth

[in] Specifies the logical width of the icon. This parameter must be zero or the native dimensions of the icon.

cyWidth

[in] Specifies the logical height of the icon. This parameter must be zero or the native dimensions of the icon.

istepIfAniCur

[in] Animated icons are not supported; set to zero.

hbrFlickerFreeDraw

[in] Specifies that the system draws the icon directly into the device context; set to NULL.

diFlags

[in] Specifies the following drawing flag.

Value

Description

DI_NORMAL

Draws the icon using the image and the mask.

DI_IMAGE

Draws the icon or cursor using the image.

DI_MASK

Draws the icon or cursor using the mask.

Nonzero indicates success. Zero indicates failure. To get extended error information, call GetLastError.

This function places the icon's upper-left corner at the location specified by the xLeft and yTop parameters. The location is subject to the current mapping mode of the device context.

Stretching and compressing the icon or cursor was not supported in earlier versions, but is supported in Windows CE 5.0.

The following list shows features that Windows Embedded Compact does not support:

  • Mapping modes.
  • Using DrawIconEx to draw cursors.

Header

winuser.h

Library

Icon.lib

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