An application sends an EM_SCROLLCARET message to scroll the caret into view in an edit control.
EM_SCROLLCARET wParam = 0 ; // not used now; reserved for future use; must be zero lParam = 0 ; // not used now; reserved for future use; must be zero
The return value is nonzero if the message is sent to an edit control.
In previous versions of Windows, scrolling the caret into view was done by specifying wParam = FALSE in the EM_SETSEL message. A Win32-based application should use the EM_SCROLLCARET message to scroll the caret into view.
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