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ok im looking for these files: winmm.lib, kernel32.lib, user32.lib, gdi32.lib, winspool.lib, comdlg32.lib, advapi32.lib, and shell32.lib ..im told these files are in the com section somewhere in the directx9.0b SDK(if thats the common folder i dont see those files in it)..can someone plz tell me where i can find these files?..im also looking for where these files are: basics.cpp, winmain.rc, resource.h, and directx.ico

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ok im looking for these files: winmm.lib, kernel32.lib, user32.lib, gdi32.lib, winspool.lib, comdlg32.lib, advapi32.lib,
and shell32.lib ..im told these files are in the com section somewhere in the directx9.0b SDK(if thats the common folder i dont see those files in it)..can someone plz tell me where i can find these files?..im also looking for where these files are: basics.cpp, winmain.rc, resource.h, and directx.ico


The .lib files are generally bundled with your compiler of choice.
Directx.ico is in the SDK common folder - use the Windows search function to locate it if you really need it Others are project-specific files.

-Nik

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Those are standard libraries that should come along with your copy of Visual Studio. They are located in the lib folder of the install directory of Vc7. You can''t find them in the SDK directory.

Those other files just look like random source files - they aren''t specifically system-related or anything.


Dustin Franklin
Mircrosoft DirectX MVP

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