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The OffsetClipRgn function moves the clipping region of a device context by the specified offsets.

int OffsetClipRgn(

    HDC hdc,

// handle to device context

    int nXOffset,

// offset along x-axis

    int nYOffset 

// offset along y-axis



Identifies the device context.
Specifies the number of logical units to move left or right.
Specifies the number of logical units to move up or down.

Return Values

The return value specifies the new regionís complexity and can be any one of the following values:




Region is empty.


Region is a single rectangle.


Region is more than one rectangle.


An error occurred. (The current clipping region is unaffected.)

See Also


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