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The SIZE structure specifies the width and height of a rectangle.

typedef struct tagSIZE { // siz 

    LONG cx; 

    LONG cy; 

} SIZE; 



Specifies the rectangle’s width.
Specifies the rectangle’s height.


The rectangle dimensions stored in this structure may correspond to viewport extents, window extents, text extents, bitmap dimensions, or the aspect-ratio filter for some extended functions.

See Also

GetAspectRatioFilterEx, GetBitmapDimensionEx, GetTextExtentPoint32, GetViewportExtEx, GetWindowExtEx, ScaleViewportExtEx, ScaleWindowExtEx, SetBitmapDimensionEx, SetViewportExtEx, SetWindowExtEx


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