**Exercise**: Explain why we used 0x7FFF to represent infinite height.

**Answer**: Commenter "Reiko" got this right. 0x7FFF is the maximum integer
coordinate supported by Windows 95, 98 and Me.

**Exercise**: Explain the line `rcWindow.bottom += rcTemp.top`

.

**Answer**: The more precise way of writing the line would have been

rcWindow.bottom += (rcTemp.top - rcWindow.top) - (0 - rcWindow.top);

The first term is the amount of non-client space consumed at the top of the window.
The second term is the amount of non-client space consumed at the top of the window,
taking wrapping into account. The difference, therefore is the amount by which *AdjustWindowRectEx* needs
to be adjusted. But the two instances of `rcWindow.top`

cancel out, leaving
just `rcTemp.top`

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