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    Why object types in window called WINDOW?

    Why is the type for a button called a WINDOW? Why isn't there a button type? Example below:

    WINDOW wBtn

    wBtn = Find.GetDefaultButton()
    if (wBtn == Find.OK)
    Print ("Matched")

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    Re: Why object types in window called WINDOW?

    4test appears to have a small set of built types which you cannot add to. If you write your own class it is not considered to be a type, as it is in Java or C++ etc. . 4test has many reasonable things about it. This is not one of them. Assigning to a 'window' reference means you have lost type information. Duh...!

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