SetForegroundWindow (Windows CE 5.0)
This function puts the thread that created the specified window into the foreground and activates the window.
BOOLSetForegroundWindow( HWNDhWnd );
[in] Handle to the window that should be activated and brought to the foreground. For more information, see the Remarks section.
Nonzero indicates that the window was brought to the foreground. Zero indicates that the window was not brought to the foreground.
The foreground window is the window at the top of the z-order. It is the window that the user is working with. In a preemptive multitasking environment, you should generally let the user control which window is the foreground window.
The thread that owns the window is not given a priority boost.
If the window being set to the foreground is minimized, the window may not be visible to the end user. This function also does not reactivate the last active child window by default. To ensure that the window is restored and the last active child window is reactivated, combine the handle to the window with 0x01 using the logical OR operator. For example:
SetForegroundWindow((HWND)(((ULONG) hwnd) | 0x01) );
OS Versions: Windows CE 1.0 and later.
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