Microsoft Win32 SDK.

I'm doing some work with the windows API and it isn't well documented in the VB5 manuals. In the manuals it says refer to the SDK. I use VB5 Professional edition. As well as the VB5 CD, There is "Mastering VB5",And "MS Developer Network Library- Visual Studio 97"
Does any one know what the SDK is, particularly the API part, And can I copy it off one of these CD-ROM's?


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bin_huwairibCommented:
MAVERICK,

SDK is Software Development Kit which supplies the components and tools to allow the implementation of compliant applications and services, check this link you will find a fully details of what you are looking for.

http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/sdkdoc/pdref/catfunc_5uk9.htm


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MAVERICKAuthor Commented:
Thanxs alot!
Jon

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