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   ► KBDesktop Data...Paradox & Ob...ObjectPAL Co...OPAL: Win32 ...   Print This     
  From the November 2010 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Paradox OPAL: Win32 Calls:
Using the Win32 API and TAPI to Dial the Phone
 
Posted 11 years ago on 2/26/2008
Take Away: TAPI ObjectPAL example.

KB100890



The following lesson demonstrates how to use TAPI to dial the phone.

Prototyping Win32 API calls
Uses User32 ;Windows API calls.
	BringWindowToTop(WinHandle CLONG) CWORD
	DestroyWindow(WinHandle CWORD) CWORD
endUses 
Uses Tapi32
	;Perhaps move all api calls to common.lsl
	;For now, this is both here and in win32api.lsl
	;Dial the phone.
	tapiRequestMakeCall(sNumber CPTR, sAppName CPTR,  sLogName CPTR, sComment CPTR) CLONG
endUses
Dialing the phone
method cmDialPhone(sNumber String, sLogName String)
var
	arNumber Array[] String
	siCounter SmallInt
endVar
 
;Take out non-number characters commonly used 
;in phone numbers.
breakapart(sNumber, arNumber, "()-/ ")
sNumber = "" ;Reset number.  
for siCounter from 1 to arNumber.size()
	sNumber = sNumber + arNumber[siCounter]
endFor
 
tapiRequestMakeCall(sNumber, "Paradox 7", sLogName, "")
endMethod

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