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Where is Microsoft Win32 SDK?

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I've been looking for the Mircosoft Win32 SDK, but haven't seen it.  there are many references to it being available, but I do no know where it is.
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If you have a Win32 C++ compiler (Watcom, Symantec, Borland, or Microsoft), you already have the Win32 SDK or at least most of the components of it. But if you want the official SDK, because the version you got with your compiler may be a bit old, then you will need to subscribe to the Microsoft Developer's Network, at least the Professional edition which gives you the main OSes, SDKs, and DDK (Device Driver Kits).

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A url in that mess would have solved the proble.
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