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The MAKELONG macro creates an unsigned 32-bit value by concatenating two given 16-bit values.


    WORD wLow,

// low-order word of long value

    WORD wHigh

// high-order word of long value



Specifies the low-order word of the new long value.
Specifies the high-order word of the new long value.

Return Values

The return value is an unsigned 32-bit value.


The MAKELONG macro is defined as follows:

#define MAKELONG(a, b) \ 

    ((LONG) (((WORD) (a)) | ((DWORD) ((WORD) (b))) << 16)) 


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