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By Captain C | Friday, 11 June 2010 13:30 | 1 Comments
The Windows API provides a rich set of features for your application to utilise, but it can be a daunting task unless you’ve spent many hours programming in C/C++. Although the Windows API is well-documented on-line these days it can be a arduous task trying to map OI to Windows data types when prototyping functions and defining structures, or even searching C/C++ header files for constant definitions.

Here at Sprezz Towers we've done a lot of Windows API programming over the years and we've managed to amass quite a collection of DLL function definitions, structures and constants, and you can find them all in an RDK at the link below.

We've used some naming conventions with these so hopefully they don't collide with your own definitions:

DLL prototype records are prefixed "DLL_WINAPI_"
DLL functions are prefixed "WINAPI_"
Structures are prefixed "WIN32_"
Inserts are prefixed "WINAPI_"

A list of all the library components can be found in the RDK README.TXT file.


Enjoy!


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