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This item was introduced in E-Prime 2.0 (126.96.36.199).
The DisplayDevice.Handle property returns back operating system specific information about the internal data structure of the DisplayDevice object.
The value returned by this method represents the HWND value of the window handle created by the Win32 API for use with this DisplayDevice through DirectX and DirectDraw. Care should be taken when attempting any Win32 operation with the value returned by this method to avoid timing and other potential display artifacts or application crashes.
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