The WM_QUIT message indicates a request to terminate an application and is generated when the application calls the PostQuitMessage function. It causes the GetMessage function to return zero.
WM_QUIT nExitCode = (int) wParam; // exit code
This message does not have a return value, because it causes the message loop to terminate before the message is sent to the application’s window procedure.
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