Book for win32?
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Tue Sep 17 06:37:52 EDT 2002
laotseu <bdesth at nospam.free.fr> writes:
> I'd just add one advice : if you're not familiar with the w32 API, go
> and get yourself a good reference of it ! (I think you can get the
> win32 API ref on borland's site, with the free version of bcc55).
Yes, that is good advice. But isn't it just as well to use
microsoft's own version at http://msdn.microsoft.com.
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