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    cool win32 API tutorial

    i did NOT write this tutorial, but i found it while searching google.com. Anyways, if you want to learn how to program using win 32 API, go to this site and read!
    http://www.winprog.org/tutorial/

    just thougt i might share it with you guys, i found it helpful
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    I first learned win32 programing from winprog, it's a great site, and the people on their irc chanel are very knowledgeable and helpfull.

    for those who want a more C++ aproach to win32 here is also a nice set of tutorials:

    http://www.relisoft.com/win32/

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    Id rather get the irc and channel where there are helpful and knowledgeabel c/c++ programmers.

    It seems I always find the irc's where Im told to either RTFM or look at the man page. And it seems they like to throw in a lot of four letter words.

    Ive been looking for a good channel for a while.Could you please post here .

    Thanks
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    to to

    www.google.com -> Groups ->comp.->comp.lang*.->com.lang.c++

    you might be able to get some help from them...
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    ^^This was the first video game which i played on an old win3.1 box

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    I had had some dificulties programing in Win32 and used the #Winprog chanel on the EFNet network http://www.efnet.org/

    I was given some helpfull links and some guidence that lead me to solveing my problems. I was makeing an application that used a systray icon and had the problem of it disapearing. I was able to get help with that issue on #Winprog.

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    Thanks
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