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Win32 C Source Codes from Programming Windows, 5th Edition
Programming Windows by Charles Petzold is a tutorial for programmers wishing to write applications for Windows using the C programming language and the native Win32 application programming interface (API). Programs written using this book run under every version of Windows from Windows 95 through Windows XP and beyond. Knowledge of C is required.
Right. I (mistakenly?) assume that every asm programmer must know C, didn't realize Though still I think would fit more in Windows section -- pointless now though, still gives me "Service Unavailable"
I mean, it's downloadable which is great. I have a thing for stocking/archiving things offline because it makes me feel safer since it will always be available when I need (this is perfect example right now of why online-only sucks). I absolutely cannot stand important documentation that is "online only" with no easy way to archive offline, like the MSDN these days. (still have old offline copies of it)
Book looks pretty interesting also, at least for the lower level details than some of today's bloated APIs; good for archiving too. (well, with a bit of search you can get it for free I suppose, though consider to support the author if it's useful to you)
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