You can use HWndHost to host a Win32 HWnd window inside a WPF element

  Suppose you have some old code lying around that creates a Win32 window with an HWnd (perhaps ATL, MFC, or just C/ C++). For example, if you type some erroneous code into a VB application in Visual Studio:           Dim x=4: catch ex As Exception     The “Exception” will be squiggled and…

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