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Question: How to get Cursor position using API?
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GetCursorPos() is the API that is used to get the cursor
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GetCursorPos() is the API that is used to get the cursor
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GetCursorPos API is used to get current cursor position declaration help is defined in the api viewer that coming with vb Source: CoolInterview.com

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