NativeWindow.WndProc Method (Message)

 

Invokes the default window procedure associated with this window.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Forms
Assembly:  System.Windows.Forms (in System.Windows.Forms.dll)

abstract WndProc : 
        m:Message byref -> unit
override WndProc : 
        m:Message byref -> unit

Parameters

m
Type: System.Windows.Forms.Message

A Message that is associated with the current Windows message.

This method is called when a window message is sent to the handle of the window.

Notes to Inheritors:

Override this method to implement specific message processing. Call base.WndProc for unhandled messages.

The following code example demonstrates intercepting operating system window messages in a window procedure. The example creates a class that inherits from NativeWindow to accomplish this.

The MyNativeWindowListener class hooks into the window procedure of the form passed into the constructor, and overrides the WndProc method to intercept the WM_ACTIVATEAPP window message. The class demonstrates the use of the AssignHandle and ReleaseHandle methods to identify the window handle the NativeWindow will use. The handle is assigned based upon the Control.HandleCreated and Control.HandleDestroyed events. When the WM_ACTIVATEAPP window message is received, the class calls the form1ApplicationActivated method.

This code is an excerpt from the example shown in the NativeWindow class overview. Some code is not shown for the purpose of brevity. See NativeWindow for the whole code listing.

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.NET Framework
Available since 1.1
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