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I would like to learn more about API calls. But I don't have any resource to utilize. Is there any adress on Internet
that contains the list of Windows API calls with a brief explanation of each to be used in Deplhi?

thanks in advance
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Don't you have Win32.hlp file. It contains most of the API calls used in Delphi...Try searching through your computer for Win32.hlp, but if you are sure you don't have it, just comment your e-mail address, and I'll send you the file....first I have to check how many bytes is it,...I'm not sure if I can send it 'cause it's too big, but you should have Win32.....Try it


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Viktor Ivanov
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