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The WIN32 API is a set of libraries that allow you to interact with windows. In C#, you shouldn't need to use them very often (although that is not to say never!). This is because C# utilizes the .Net framework - which wraps a lot of the WIN32 API functions in managed classes. To use the WIN32 API in C# you will need to reference them as an external dll import. Googling 'dll import win32 api c#' would be a good place to start learning.

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Thanks bro you were help full.
let me ask another question, when you are doing Remoting,
You are requested to add reference to System.Runtime.Remoting in Visual studio 2010;
How do you do this?

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Right click on References in the Solution Explorer.
Select "Add Reference"
Select the .NET tab
Select System.Runtime.Remoting
Click "OK".

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Right click on References in the Solution Explorer.
Select "Add Reference"
Select the .NET tab
Select System.Runtime.Remoting
Click "OK".

thanks bor you are the man

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Yup, try to use managed classes if you can, the win32 api is more suited to C, and isn't very newbie-friendly.

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Yup, try to use managed classes if you can, the win32 api is more suited to C, and isn't very newbie-friendly.

thanks bro i will try the manage classes

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