Is it possible to use child window created in Win32 API as a container for another windows (controls - buttons, edit fields etc.)?

Or is there any other way how to use container in Win32 API? The goal is to create a simple user interface for application?

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Why not? You see child windows with buttons etc. all the time, just look at your browser to see them in action. If you use FF or IE7/8 each of those tabs are just child windows.

You might want to investigate either CLR/C++ (Midrosoft Forms) or C# which will …

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Why not? You see child windows with buttons etc. all the time, just look at your browser to see them in action. If you use FF or IE7/8 each of those tabs are just child windows.

You might want to investigate either CLR/C++ (Midrosoft Forms) or C# which will make you a lot more productive than using win32 api functions directly.

thanks

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