HwndHost.WndProc Method (IntPtr, Int32, IntPtr, IntPtr, Boolean)
When overridden in a derived class, accesses the window process (handle) of the hosted child window.
Assembly: PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)
<SecurityCriticalAttribute> Protected Overridable Function WndProc ( hwnd As IntPtr, msg As Integer, wParam As IntPtr, lParam As IntPtr, ByRef handled As Boolean ) As IntPtr
The window handle of the hosted window.
The message to act upon.
Information that may be relevant to handling the message. This is typically used to store small pieces of information, such as flags.
Information that may be relevant to handling the message. This is typically used to reference an object.
Whether events resulting should be marked handled.
Return ValueType: System.IntPtr
The window handle of the child window.
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Notes to Inheritors:
The base implementation in HwndHost does not return a practical process, but will return IntPtr.Zero as a failsafe.
Available since 3.0