[ros-dev] [ros-diffs] [jimtabor] 51835: [Win32k|User32] - Move creation of the scrollbar Gray brush from user32 to win32k. - Noticed a color and pattern (patchy white pattern) difference when using GreCreateBitmap and i...
geekdundee at gmail.com
Sun May 22 10:05:23 UTC 2011
Eh... should have been a little clearer here.
I was thinking he wanted to set a bit pattern, and if you are setting a
bit pattern like 0x55 or 0xAA then you'd need 8 hex digits for a 32-bit
number. If you want "101010101..." or "0101010101..." for example.
In your example, sure a *value* wouldn't need the 8 digits, but if that
was to be a bit pattern you could use 0x54545454 for example.
I was looking at his numbers thinking it was a pattern that needed to be
filled up as 32-bit vectors instead of 16-bit ones.
On Sun, 22 May 2011 19:51:32 +1000, Aleksey Bragin <aleksey at reactos.org>
> Fantastic, so I suppose whenever I want my double word variable to have
> a value of, say, 0x54 taking your friendly reminder about 8 hex digits
> into account, I would need to write 0x54545454 because, you know, I need
> 8 hex digits for 32-bit numbers and need to add some random stuff to
> fill it up to 8 digits :)
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