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  1. #1
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    Win64 API

    Has it already been released? If not,how they can be written programs for
    Windows XP 64-bit ed. and Windows 2k 64-bit ed.?

    Perhaps Win32 API does suffice,but it must be defined _WIN64_ before any
    #include directive...??

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    Re: Win64 API

    Well...there is no Windows 2000 64-bit edition...other than than...Windows® Server 2003 SP1 Platform SDK...
    Ciao, Andreas

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    Re: Win64 API

    I think the latest platform sdk would suffice (win32 api). BUT you need to use the correct functions. For example, you should use SetWindowLongPtr instead of SetWindowLong, GWLP_WNDPROC i.o. GWL_WNDPROC, don't cast your pointers to DWORD, UINT, ... because they will be truncated, you should use UINT_PTR etc.

    Also, check the platform SDK for "Platform SDK: 64-bit Windows Programming"

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