Important: The information in this document is obsolete and should not be used for new development.
Data StructuresYour application typically does not create the data structures described in this section. Although you can create a
Cursorrecord and its associated
Bits16array in your program code, it is usually easier to create a black-and-white cursor in a cursor resource, which is described on page 8-31. Similarly, you can create a
CCrsrrecord in your program code, but it is usually easier to create a color cursor in a color cursor resource, which is described on page 8-32. The
Cursorsdata type contains the standard cursors you can display. Finally, you usually list animated cursors in an animated cursor resource, which is described on page 8-33, instead of creating them in an