Go to http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/
and click on "Windows API Documentation"
From: Adam Megacz [mailto:adam@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 11, 2001 12:12 AM
Subject: [Mingw-users] good win32 api reference?
So it seems that O'Reilley doesn't publish a win32 API book... can
anybody recommend one? I'm looking for some sort of reference,
possibly with small code snippet examples. Since this is for MinGW
development, I'm not really interested in MFC books...
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From: John Brown <johnbrown105@ho...> - 2001-11-12 19:54:58
How about Programming Windows, Fifth Edition, by Charles Petzold? It is
published by Microsoft Press (see
When I got a copy of this book in 1993-4, It was Programming Windows 3.1,
and it was regarded as the Bible of Windows programming. Apparently, it
still is. It shows how write Windows programs in C, not C++.
It is not really a function reference, i.e., it does not list out the
functions and their parameter lists, structure members, etc. It does not
regurgitate the official Microsoft documentation; it explains it.
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