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This is the hex output from a LARGE_INTEGER.
"EA 00 0B 00 A1 00 00 00"
On my machine a DWORD is read "00 0B 00 EA"
How do you place the high 32 bits in the
sequence?

This leads me to the question of how to
output this to screen. I use _snprintf
normally to ready my data for "TextOut".

I don't have largeint.h on my machine. I am
guessing that there might be some API to
prepare a LARGE_INTEGER for output in it.
Does anyone know how to read and write
these things?

I'm running AMD SP1 with Bcc55.

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I believe I have solved my own question.
Here is the way it appears to work.

LowPart in little endian then HighPart in little endian

Of course, little endian is for my machine. Others
may differ. If I am in error, please let me know.

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