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What library do I need to include in VC++ to use
the data types:
DWORD, WORD, BYTE
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Are you writting a windows application?  If not, you could just define those yourself like

typedef unsigned int DWORD
typedef unsigned short WORD
typedef unsigned char BYTE

If you are writting a windows application, then include the windows.h file  This will include (eventaully) the winbase.h file which is where I believe these are defined.
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