bhiggins asks about the mysterious function EnumClaw that existed in some versions of the Win32 documentation.

I went digging through the MSDN archives and was close to giving up and declaring the cause lost, but then I found it: A copy of the EnumClaw documentation.

EnumClaw

The EnumClaw function returns the child or the parent of the window whose HWND is passed in.

HWND EnumClaw(
  HWND hwndParent    // handle to parent window
);
Parameters
hwndParent
[in] Handle to the parent window.
Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is the HWND of the child of the hwndParent window. If the window has no child, the return value is the HWND of the parent of the hwndParent window.

If the function fails, the return value is NULL. To get extended error information, call GetLastError.

Requirements

  Windows NT/2000/XP: Included in Windows XP and Windows .NET Server.
  Windows 95/98/Me: Unsupported.
  Header: Declared in Winuser.h; include Windows.h.
  Library: Use User32.lib.

See Also

Windows Overview, Window Functions.

There was never a function called EnumClaw. This was a joke inserted by the documentation folks, a pun on the Washington city named Enumclaw. (The state of Washington has a lot of place names which come from Native American words. Other examples are Sequim, Puyallup, and Tulalip. At least Enumclaw is pronounced almost like it's spelled.)