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QuestionWhat does this syntax mean? Pin
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Hello,

What does it mean when a structure member declaration is followed by a colon, then a number, as in:

typedef struct tagMENUBARINFO
{
    DWORD cbSize;
    RECT rcBar;          // rect of bar, popup, item
    HMENU hMenu;         // real menu handle of bar, popup
    HWND hwndMenu;       // hwnd of item submenu if one
    BOOL fBarFocused:1;  // bar, popup has the focus
    BOOL fFocused:1;     // item has the focus
} MENUBARINFO, *PMENUBARINFO, *LPMENUBARINFO;


The "fBarFocused" member has a ":1" after it. What does that mean?

Thank you very much,
Rich
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