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  • MemoryEx: ExtractAssociatedIcon

    How do I use the LPWORD type? It's for this.


    I'm at this so far:

    Code:
    Shell32 [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] Library[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Load([COLOR="#800080"]"Shell32.dll"[/COLOR]);
    
    ExtractAssociatedIcon [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] [COLOR="#0000FF"]function[/COLOR](P)
     [COLOR="#0000FF"]local[/COLOR] m [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Allocate(String[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Length(P) + [COLOR="#000000"]1[/COLOR])
     MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]String(m[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]-[COLOR="#000000"]1[/COLOR][COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]MEMEX_ASCII[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]P)
     [COLOR="#0000FF"]local[/COLOR] n [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Allocate([COLOR="#000000"]1024[/COLOR])
     [COLOR="#008000"]--[/COLOR]
     [COLOR="#0000FF"]local[/COLOR] H [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] Shell32[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]ExtractAssociatedIconA(Application[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]GetWndHandle()[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]m[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]n)
     MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Free(m)
     MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Free(n)
     [COLOR="#0000FF"]return[/COLOR] H
    [COLOR="#0000FF"]end[/COLOR];
    the index I assume would be 0, it's for getting the associated file icon of say a text or zip file.

  • #2
    Extract icons is well performed by Icon.dll by Sside.

    In conjunction with ImageEdit.dll you can extract and save icons in a variety of image formats.
    We are slowly invading your planet to teach lazy humans to read the user manual.
    But don't be scared: we are here to help.

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    • #3
      Thanks, you know I have, I think, all the dll's ever posted here but when I got into this memory stuff I figured whats the point in all these dll files when I can do it myself and learn the windows api's at the same time.

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      • #4
        Hi, I'm sure of this. Mine was only a suggestion in case you would need to do things in the shorter time possible.
        We are slowly invading your planet to teach lazy humans to read the user manual.
        But don't be scared: we are here to help.

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        • #5
          How do I use the LPWORD type?
          An LPWORD is simply a pointer to a WORD. Allocate 2 bytes
          of memory and provide the pointer to that word as LPWORD.
          Bas Groothedde
          Imagine Programming :: Blog

          AMS8 Plugins
          IMXLH Compiler

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          • #6
            Code:
            Shell32 [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] Library[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Load([COLOR="#800080"]"Shell32.dll"[/COLOR]);
            
            ExtractAssociatedIcon [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] [COLOR="#0000FF"]function[/COLOR](P[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]I)
             [COLOR="#0000FF"]local[/COLOR] m [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Allocate(String[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Length(P) + [COLOR="#000000"]1[/COLOR])
             MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]String(m[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]-[COLOR="#000000"]1[/COLOR][COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]MEMEX_ASCII[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]P)
             [COLOR="#0000FF"]local[/COLOR] n [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Allocate([COLOR="#000000"]2[/COLOR])
             MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Word(n[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]I)
             [COLOR="#0000FF"]local[/COLOR] H [COLOR="#FF0000"]=[/COLOR] Shell32[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]ExtractAssociatedIconA(Application[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]GetWndHandle()[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]m[COLOR="#FF0000"],[/COLOR]n)
             MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Free(m)
             MemoryEx[COLOR="#FF0000"].[/COLOR]Free(n)
             [COLOR="#0000FF"]return[/COLOR] H
            [COLOR="#0000FF"]end[/COLOR];
            
            [COLOR="#008000"]-- ExtractAssociatedIcon(file path,icon index)[/COLOR]
            easy as that then.

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            • #7
              Easy as that, haha! ^^
              Bas Groothedde
              Imagine Programming :: Blog

              AMS8 Plugins
              IMXLH Compiler

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