This guide teaches programmers how to interface with the mouse and the mouse drive. It starts with the very basics such as showing and hiding the mouse cursor, before moving on to intermediate and advanced topics such as menu handling, crosshair management, CAD-type operations, and more. Every example in the book is a small independent program. Thus, the reader does not need to enter all the code from the previous chapters to run the examples found in the current section. In addition, the book contains a number of valuable appendices to reach an even larger audience. One appendix contains a complete reference to all 50 mouse functions, while another one presents information on specific OEM (Original Equiments Manufacturer) mouses and their compatability levels with the Microsoft Mouse Standard.
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