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The LoadCursor function loads the specified cursor resource from the executable (.EXE) file associated with an application instance. This function has been superseded by the LoadImage function

HCURSOR LoadCursor(

    HINSTANCE hInstance,

// handle of application instance

    LPCTSTR lpCursorName 

// name string or cursor resource identifier

   );

Parameters

hInstance
Identifies an instance of the module whose executable file contains the cursor to be loaded.
lpCursorName
Points to a null-terminated string that contains the name of the cursor resource to be loaded. Alternatively, this parameter can consist of the resource identifier in the low-order word and zero in the high-order word. The MAKEINTRESOURCE macro can also be used to create this value.

To use one of the Win32 predefined cursors, the application must set the hInstance parameter to NULL and the lpCursorName parameter to one the following values:

Value

Description

IDC_APPSTARTING

Standard arrow and small hourglass

IDC_ARROW

Standard arrow

IDC_CROSS

Crosshair

IDC_IBEAM

Text I-beam

IDC_ICON

Obsolete for applications marked version 4.0 or later.

IDC_NO

Slashed circle

IDC_SIZE

Obsolete for applications marked version 4.0 or later. Use IDC_SIZEALL.

IDC_SIZEALL

Four-pointed arrow

IDC_SIZENESW

Double-pointed arrow pointing northeast and southwest

IDC_SIZENS

Double-pointed arrow pointing north and south

IDC_SIZENWSE

Double-pointed arrow pointing northwest and southeast

IDC_SIZEWE

Double-pointed arrow pointing west and east

IDC_UPARROW

Vertical arrow

IDC_WAIT

Hourglass

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is the handle of the newly loaded cursor.

If the function fails, the return value is NULL. To get extended error information, call GetLastError.

Remarks

LoadCursor only loads the cursor resource if it has not been loaded; otherwise, it retrieves the handle of the existing resource. This function returns a valid cursor handle only if the lpCursorName parameter points to a cursor resource. If lpCursorName points to any type of resource other than a cursor (such as an icon), the return value is not NULL, even though it is not a valid cursor handle.

The LoadCursor function searches the cursor resource most appropriate for the cursor for the current display device. The cursor resource can be a color or monochrome bitmap.

See Also

LoadImage, MAKEINTRESOURCE, SetCursor, SetCursorPos, ShowCursor 


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