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C++ Line drawn through HDC Lineto () flickering




When starting, the program must draw a short line along the middle of the screen (on top of all programs).
The line is drawn, everything is fine, but very flickering. How to solve the problem?

Here is the code:

# include & lt; iostream & gt;
#Include & lt; Windows.h & gt;
#Include & lt; Winuser.h & gt;
#Include & lt; stdio.h & gt;
Using Namespace STD;
  int y = 0;
  int x = 0;
  int xs = 0;
  int ys = 0;
  Rect Desktop;
  Const Hwnd HDesktop = GetDesktopWindow ();
  GetWindowRect (HDESKTOP, & AMP; Desktop);
  x = desktop.right / 2;
  y = desktop.bottom / 2 - 2;
  xs = desktop.right / 2 - 2;
  ys = desktop.bottom / 2;
  HPEN PEN = CREATEPEN (PS_SOLID, 8, RGB (255, 0, 0));
  HDC dot = :: getdc (0);
  for (;) {
    SelectObject (Dot, Pen);
    Movetoex (Dot, X, Y, NULL);
    Lineto (DOT, X, Y + 4);
    SLEEP (10);

Answer 1, Authority 100%

The cycle is not needed, you constantly redraw the line, so it flickers. It is enough to draw a line and stop the execution of the program. It is also important to free resources.

hpen op = (hpen) SelectObject (Dot, Pen);
// for (;)
  Movetoex (Dot, X, Y, NULL);
  Lineto (dot, x, y + 40); //
  // Sleep (10);
SelectObject (DOT, OP);
ReleaseDC (0, DOT);
getchar ();

And of course, as soon as the redrawing occurs, the line will start. That is why it is better to create a transparent window and redraw a line on the WM_PAINT event window. In this case, the line will redraw when the application becomes active.

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