Holy cow, I wrote a book!
Part of the challenge of programming
(and for some people, the reason why programming is fun in the first place)
is looking at the building
blocks provided to you and deciding how to assemble them to build
if everything you wanted a program to do already existed ready-made,
be called programming any more.
It would be called shopping.
Is there an API or a quick way to find out which window the mouse is in?
"The LEGO Group
does not make a piece for every possible object.
Sometimes you just have to take two LEGO blocks and click them together.
Here are some interesting blocks:
Thanks for your reply.
But WindowFromPoint gives me the window of the object
at the location of the cursor.
But I'm looking for the top level window containing the cursor.
Fine, then use
a different block.
I wonder how it is these people manage to write programs at all.
I get the impression they write code by
asking a million tiny questions and cutting and pasting together
all the replies.
No wait, pasting together the replies counts as snapping blocks
Maybe they just ask for completed programs.