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My application slightly flickers on resize despite applying known techniques for anti-flickering

I don't think you need the line:

InvalidateRect( hwnd, NULL, FALSE );

Since there is already a forced repaint when you resize the form. I removed it and the window still displays and redraws fine without the flicker.

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