An application sends a BM_CLICK message to simulate the user clicking a button. This message causes the button to receive a WM_LBUTTONDOWN and a WM_LBUTTONUP message, and the button’s parent window to receive a BN_CLICKED notification message.
BM_CLICK wParam = 0; // not used; must be zero lParam = 0; // not used; must be zero
This message has no parameters.
This message does not return a value.
BN_CLICKED, WM_LBUTTONDOWN, WM_LBUTTONUP
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