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Re: Win32::API

by Sniper (Scribe)
on Aug 13, 2001 at 00:16 UTC ( #104304=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Win32::API

Win32::API::Prototype is a very good module to use with Win32::API.
Just Copy/Paste the function declaration in msdn for example) and call the function with its functionname!!!
the use of Win32::API is really simple then!
see it at Win32::API::Prototype

David "Sniper" Rigaudiere


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Re^2: Win32::API
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 21, 2007 at 06:59 UTC
    Hi, i want to use fuctions in my vc++ program that are declared in windows dll file. im beginner. can u suggest me that from where can i find the very basic information about that. i must be very simple. coz im totally new to this.
      i mean to say. using windows dll fucntions in vc++ programs. like GetSystemInfo() function of kernel32.dll how can i use this and many othre functions in my vc++. plz suggest me very simple articles or tutorials. thanks

        This is a Perl forum. Do you have a Perl interpreter embedded in your C++ program? Then you can simply use the Win32::API module as discussed in this thread. If you don't have a Perl interpreter in your C++ program, I guess you will have to import the header files and just use the functions from your C++ program. But that's something people on a C++ forum know far better than we do.

        this is the wrong place to ask, and besides, doesn't vc++ come with tons of support and documentation

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