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general win32 api ?

general win32 api ?

is there a function in win32api that checks to see if the current computer is connected online or not?

suppose u write a win32 .exe, how do i create an installer/uninstaller for it? are there some already on the market we can use?

how do i create an uninstaller for an .exe?

does win32api have a time function that can return time of day?

RE: general win32 api ?

>is there a function
>are there some already
>how do I create
You don't need to; see above
>time function

I suspect that you need to do some basic background research...

RE: general win32 api ?

so let me first thank strongm for quick reply. but in the spirit of new years, would u plz elaborate more on u'r replies. there a function in win32api that checks to see if the current computer is connected online or not? would u happen to know what it's called? do i instruct windows 9.x, 2000,xp to load up a win32 .exe at startup?

RE: general win32 api ?

1. Basic data on API calls can be found at the standard research sites:

2. Read FAQ222-2244 regarding double posts. I answered this in your other thread

If you want to get the best response to a question, please check out FAQ222-2244 first

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